Referencing the USA

It has taken us a long time to get here, but we have started. The USA is vast and complex, due to this we have always put off dipping our toe into a pool we know very little about. But, we have started. We are putting together a collection of useful links to information that may assist in planning for, running and delivering safe crowded places.

It will be a slow process, but it is a beginning of what we hope to be a useful resource. 

The content of this reference collection is aimed at persons that are involved with or interested in making crowded places safer. From sports, concerts, street gatherings, exhibitions, conferences and festivals. We are all either learning, refreshing or revising on a daily basis. We hope this resource assists in some small way.

Our Key Focus



A complex government and legal system in a vast country can be confusing. We will look to link to core Acts at National and State level.



With each State having its own governance and variations of guidance.  We will share a selection of relevant guidance at State and National level.

Journals/ Academic Papers

Focusing on the US sector, we will assist in sharing links to academic papers and Journals that relate to crowded places within the USA.

Practice makes perfect

We know about your hectic schedule. We also know the only way you truly deliver a safe event is by staying ahead of the curve. This is why we share relevant information to assist in speeding up our learning and delivery of safe events.

Community Sharing

We are not based in the USA and we are venturing into unknown waters. This material is shared in the spirit of working as  community. Together we can achieve more and deliver safe and secure crowded places.

Building Blocks

We are staring on a slow journey of building the reference material and resource. We can only share what is publicly available and gather this in one place to make it easier.

If you have recommendations or information that you feel the community could benifit from having, please feel free to contact us.


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