What are the most common threats to a crowd event? Looking at thirty years of crowd disasters to identify what event managers need to plan for to keep their attendees safe.
Keeping your queuing crowd informed is crucial to them enjoying your event and keeping them safe.
On Wednesday 13th March we did something exciting. I had this crazy idea to create a giant human shamrock in central London to celebrate London Irish relationships, inclusivity, community and to do something fun ahead of St. Patrick’s Day. We […]
On the 20th February at the Irish Embassy in London we officially launched the London St. Patrick’s Festival 2019. With speeches from Ambassador O’Neill, Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement Debbie Weekes-Bernard and Catherine Casey, Chair […]
Inspiring I first saw SignKid perform at the Mayor of London’s Liberty festival in September 2018. His performance was unlike anything I had experienced before. SignKid is deaf, and writes and performs his music through British Sign Language (BSL). His […]
I will be delivering a workshop on tips to improve productivity in event logistics on 23rd October at London’s EventLab 2018. More information and tickets can be found here
After two years of practical examinations and study, I have achieved an NVQ Level 4 in Spectator Safety Management. It has been a great learning experience with colleagues to take on this award with Sue Watson and associates. It’s a great […]
Having passed my second and final assessment, I am on track to qualify as a Safety Officer
As a first year student studying MSc Crowd Safety & Risk Analysis at Manchester Metropolitan University, alongside our core units, we are given real world projects to work on as part of our learning. Last night I was part of a team […]
As I work closely with community festivals in the London Borough of Camden (Camden Council), I developed this two page document as a practical and useful tool to support event organisers in the safety aspect of their event planning. I intentionally […]