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.
G. Keith Still develops and teaches a wide range of crowd safety courses for event organisers, police, first responders, emergency planners, city authorities, building control and licensing officers. His courses have run at the UK Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College and client sites around the world for over a decade.
Mick Upton is the recipient of numerous awards recognising his contribution to crowd safety management. Following his retirement from ShowSec in 2000, he worked with Chris Kemp and Iain Hill on the development of the first ever Foundation Degree course at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College (now Buckinghamshire New University). In 2005 Mick was awarded a Doctorate for his work and he was appointed as the first Head of the Centre for Crowd Management & Security Studies at BNU. He retired from that position in December 2007
This resource aims to give a brief overview of developments in Intellectual Property Law and other areas of law relevent to the music and entertainment industries.
These updates are designed to give general information for music and entertainment industry professionals and students interested in these areas.
Updates are given a category and tagged in order to help you find what you are looking for. You can browse by topic or country, or use the search to find any specific updates or subjects.
Bucks New University (Will close after 2017-2018 course)
International Centre for Crowd Safety Management and Security Studies (closed)
I am a social psychologist who specialises in the study of crowd behaviour. I am interested in all situations when people come together in a crowd, either to protest, go to a sports match or festival, or if they get caught up in a mass emergency. I set this blog up to redress what I saw was a negative bias in the Press against crowds in general. Hope you like it!
Our mission – To provide clients with world-class Crowd & Event Safety services, underpinned by experience and qualifications, delivered by the best Team in the industry.
What do small local businesses, major sports franchises, government agencies, music festivals, television networks and multinational corporations have in common?
We would like to introduce you to Aberdeen City Councils Event Guide
*We would also like to note that we sought permission to share this before posting this information. Working With Crowds has had no involvement in the creation of this guide; but we would like to share there good practice and due diligence as an example of developing greater safety in crowded places.
DisasterWeb.net is focused on assisting in the development of safety plans for businesses, organizations, and communities in order to minimize financial and human loss. Preparation and response to disasters, both naturally occurring and man-made, can protect your valuable resources.
Looking for more information on high winds preparation? Take a look at this complete guide on how to protect your home from high wind damage.
This is not only relative to homes, but places of entertainment; fixed or temporary.
The Business Visits & Events Partnership (BVEP) is an umbrella organisation representing leading trade and professional organisations, government agencies and other significant influencers in the business visits and events sector.
BVEP’s vision is to support sustainable growth for the United Kingdom’s Events Industry.
The Events Industry comprises a number of diverse industry sectors covering, meetings, conferences, exhibitions, trade shows, incentive travel, event hospitality, ceremonies, sporting, cultural and festivals as well as other services provided to travellers and attendees to events.
BVEP’s mission is to support growth across the entire sector via advocacy, networking, collaboration and a collective voice.
BVEP’s objectives are to:
a) operate an umbrella organisation to represent, promote and further the interest of member organisations involved in the United Kingdom Events Industry;
b) advance the interests, standing, quality, sustainability and growth of the United Kingdom Events’ Industry;
c) seek greater collaboration across the Events’ Industry sectors on common issues;
d) forge close links with Government departments, including devolved Governments where possible via Representation, that can influence favourable policies towards the Industry. In particular, maintain strong relationships with key sponsoring departments, DCMS, DIT and BEIS;
e) seek a stronger link with the Creative Industries and other related sectors;
f) encourage joint events;
g) increase the focus on professionalism and skills development.