The following pages could be classed as case studies; but as we are making no suggestions or conclusions, they are more a gathering of information. We have done this to assist in the understanding of how a crowd related incident Read More ...
Links to videos from crowd incidents Loveparade – Be aware this footage can be upsetting Official Documentary of the Loveparade 2010 Desaster (ENGLISH!) Ermittlungsakte Love Parade (3/4): Tod im Tunnel – SPIEGEL TV Magazin Hillsborough Hillsborough (BBC Two Read More ...
With the of information amount on the web, it is hard to see the trees for the forest. We will add useful referencing websites that we have found in relation to crowd safety management, experts or equipment. Prof. Dr. G. Read More ...
A simple website/blog focusing on the world of Crowd Safety Management
An independent over view of the crowd safety management industry and crowd related events. Bring the latest news and developments in crowd safety management, from crowd disasters to industry innovation. Introducing the industry leaders; via Linkedin profiles and company links. We look at understanding the audiences and customers attending a variety of events, looking at crowd behavior and activity.
To assist in the development of planning and training, the provision of references to the legislation and guidance for the industry. Along with looking to the past to assist in learning; focusing on some of the crowd disasters that lead to changes in the industry.
“The safety and enjoyment of people attending a music event will depend largely on the effective
management of the crowd. Crowd management, however, is not simply achieved by attempting to
control the audience, but by trying to understand their behaviour and the various factors which
can affect this.” HSE 1999
“Safety should not be seen as a set of rules or conditions imposed by others, but rather as
standards set from within that reflect a safety culture at the ground.” DCMS 2008
“Be aware of becoming complacent – just because an event was successful in previous years or in a different location, does not automatically mean it will be a success in the future.” EPC 2009