The official course from the guidance authors
Safety Advisory Groups are critical in supporting events through the detail of ensuring safe, secure and successful events. It is therefore important members of the Safety Advisory Group are competant to advise.
As with the UK Good Practice Guide, the course is designed to ensure consistency across Safety Advisory Groups. It explores roles and responsibilities of the Group and its members. It includes case studies focusing on lessons learned from past events.
Who should attend?
All those who are members and involved with Safety Advisory Groups.
By the end of this event you will be able to:
Determine appropriate terms of reference for Safety Advisory Groups
Explain the roles of members of the Safety Advisory Group
Apply the legislation and guidance on licensing and safety certification
Apply the relevant guidance to determine safe capacities for a range of venues and events
You may benefit from attendance on Introduction to Crowd and Public Safety Management before attending this course. This requirement may be waived if you consider yourself to have relevant professional experience to progress directly to this course. In such a case you will benefit from the completion of an ‘on-line’ pre attendance module covering background material prior to arrival for your course.
Members may wish to specialise in various areas and you may wish to consider:
This course is often delivered with Safety Advisory Groups at their own location, in support of developing best practice in policy and delivery. Our experts can provide an Independent Assurance Review against the UK Good Practice Guide to assess capability and provide recommendations for improvement.
For these further options, please contact us.