About this course
An ideal course for those whose working environment includes crowded places. Answer the questions: 'What is a Safety Advisory Group (SAG)? How should work and what are the best ways to increase safety at an event?'
Covering work places, events and contractors, you will learn how to become an effective member of any Safety Advisory Group.
Reviewing case studies and learning from past experiences, delegates will look at crowded place risk, as well as revisiting the UK Good Practice Guide.
It’s an opportunity to learn from the sources of UK GPG, whose up-to-date knowledge and experience, as well as connections within the industry, are outstanding.
Our Associates are experienced SAG Advisors who have contributed their knowledge and writing to national guidance, will discuss the latest problems and information with you.
To enable delegates to apply a consistent approach to their roles within a Safety Advisory Group.
- 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
Who is This Course For?
Safety Advisory Groups are made up of representatives from a diverse range of backgrounds from environmental health to Emergency Planners and as such this course is an ideal launchpad for those whose workplace will at sometime include crowded places.
Looking at the elements of working within a Safety Advisory Group it is an ideal course for those who work in local authority and emergency services, as well as Event Organisers. It is also an excellent resource for anyone who is about to present to a SAG.
- 1 night's accommodation
- Online training materials
Course Details & Booking
Class £835 per person
£835 exc. VAT
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