THE WILEY EVENT MANAGEMENT SERIES The complete guide to event risk management, safety, and security Practical strategies and resources for any size . Event Risk Management and Safety Peter E. Tarlow, Ph.D. JOHN WILEY & SONS , INC. fm 6/5/02 PM Page vi fm 6/5/02 PM Page i Event. With any event comes risk — from rowdy guests at a festival or convention to a life -threatening riot at a sports event. Event Risk Management.
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Even if event managers could spend large amounts of their time at the point of contact, there is no way that they could be at all points of contact. Acknowledgments This book would not have been possible without the love, e.tarkow ship, and cooperation of many people.
The more you know about the type s of person s you will have at the event, the easier it is to develop a risk plan. The questions shown in Figure 2. A smile is not always the same wafety. For example, television and radio broadcast events as they unfold, and the Web permits word-of-mouth dialogue in computerized form to spread instantaneously.
Depending on the circumstances, these variables would include such things as: Tarlow No preview available – The prism mznagement symbolic interaction is another way by which to analyze a tourism crisis. A theory that assumes that all parts of an event are interconnected with all other parts. In fact, the scandal was so traumatic that a naval instructor, James Berry, quoted the following from one of his students: Staff members should never tell sexually oriented jokes on ecent time and they should be fully versed in all sexual harassment procedures.
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Phase 1 is the experimental stage. What are your strengths and weaknesses? How does one prepare oneself colored by your own emotions? How popular is the photographer with the guests? His contributions to tourism safety and security have been praised in media around the world. During evejt last century, all forms of event participation managdment grown from an activity of the well-to-do to a part of everyday life.
First, a pro- gram that desires to create a safe and visitor-friendly ambiance must offer good planning. Will the event at- tendees be forced to use private forms of transportation?
Convention and visitor bureaus CVBsresort hotels, convention organizers, and event planners are aware that a plea- sure visitor need not come to their particular community, confer- ence, or event, and therefore see any attack against the safety or security of their guests to be an attack against the essence of their industry.
Both safety and security are issues that must concern the event risk manager. Only current book on the market that addresses the issues of event risk management, safety, and security Includes author’s actual experience in dealing with September 11th security and safety issues Mini cases discuss actual problems and solutions to real world situations Chapter overview highlights key points in each chapter Risk Management Drills allow readers to test their knowledge Appendices 1 and 3 give the professional additional resources, including web sites, books, videos, associations, and journal articles Ecent 2 contains list of alcohol and beverage commission contact information qnd state.
When an event includes youthful indiscretions and alcohol, then the event risk manager faces a potentially extremely explosive situation. Indeed, in a classical hierarchical system, those on top of the pyramid, that is to say, those who have the most power, often have the least knowledge. Chapter 3 brings to the foreground issues of alcoholism and drugs. The resulting publicity, however, injured his reputation. The accessories of the sight—the gift shops, the eating places, safet tourist coaches and other tourists—are celebrated for being as much a key part of the tourist experience as the sight rjsk.
When did the event happen? Executives often are not on site and they often must use highly filtered information.
In those cases, the police force is not only a deterrent to crime but also an important icon of that society. The pro- gression from peaceful crowd to a riotous mob can take place in every corner of the world and at any time of the year.
Event Risk Management and Safety
From personal relationships to pure science, assumptions are made. There are various forms of smiles. How do we classify this event? How corporate executives will attend, and if might body language help in determining they like the way you organize the event, the e.taflow of questions that you might there will be some great recommenda- want to ask?
Some of the major differences between life at the end of the nineteenth century and life at the end of the twentieth century in- dicate that we not only classify leisure in different ways, but that the risks involved in the pursuit of leisure have changed.
How do we know what it is that we know? Guests tend to be more ignorant of local conditions than those who live in a locale.
Do people invite harassment or sexual assault by the way that they dress?