EVENTS & FESTIVALS safety
As an event organiser you have enough to think about.
As per HSE guidelines it is your duty to:
Plan, manage and monitor your event to make sure that workers and the visiting public are not exposed to health and safety risks.
Be responsible for ensuring that overall safety at the event is maintained so that as far as reasonably practicable, people setting up, breaking down and attending the event are not exposed to risks to their health and safety".
The HSE also state:
It is your responsibility to ensure staff to be competent to undertake their role safely. There should also be an appropriate level of competent supervision, proportionate to the risk, nature of the work and the personnel involved.
It is recommended any external consultants you use are "registered on the Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register (OSHCR)".
And you are ultimately responsible for:
The health and safety of everyone attending your event.
Making sure you have appropriate safety and assistance at a level suited to the event.
Guaranteeing that all contractors are competent, all traders are meeting requirements and that acts and artists all comply with safety requirements.
We can take this load from you and help you achieve this by being your competent safety advisors.
When you work with us you are guaranteed trusted, friendly and approachable OSHCR registered consultants who will either work alone or as part of a team depending on your specific needs.
With 25 + years of experience in both indoor venues such a Olympia (London), ExCel (London), The Brighton Centre and a variety of outdoor events for 1000 to 60,000 people we are the perfect partners to make your event safe and compliant.
By bringing us on board to manage all your event compliance you will get access to some of the UK’s most experienced Health and Safety consultants who will be able to:
Review all contractor, supplier, trader and artist health and safety information prior to the event
Review and assist with event safety management plans
being on site during the event to monitor contractors, traders and artists procedures against practice and carry out dynamic assessments on the day to ensure the safety of all on site.
Whether you are looking for health and safety support for a large event or offering a smaller experience you need a professional company to guide you through all the relevant regulations and procedures.