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ABC's of Events & Safety

Margie Haupt  (Arts & Cultural Affairs Manager, City of Riverside)

Location: Room 237

Date: Thursday, July 22

Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm

Pass Type: All Access Pass, Combined CS/TSE Education Pass, TSE Conference Pass, TSE Premium Pass

Track: TSE-Health & Safety

Associations & Accrediting: CMP

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

One of the most important aspects of the event is SAFETY.


A Unified Vision is key and needs to be the basis for each event. That vision needs to be thoughtful, true to the event, shared & created by the entire team and safety is and needs to be an integral part of that vision.
Key Aspects:
1. Defined Roles –
2. Safety of all
3. Experience for residents & visitors
4. Understanding of Roles
5.

Benefits of Resources –
1. If you don't ask you will never know.
2. Relationships
3. Local, State and Federal Resources
4. Community Piece –
5. Grow resources with the event

Communication –

1. Consistent and Often
2. Humanizing of Safety
3. Length of planning and internal
4. PIO's
5. Respect

You can never know if or when something will happen at or to your event. What you can know and should know as a city is that you planned, you prepared, you communicated and kept the safety of everyone the priority.