The expected audiences will differ between events but plans may also be aimed at children. As the event organizers, the prime responsibility is to ensure that the safety, health, and welfare of everyone involved (employees and attenders) are fully protected.
Therefore, this guide assembles information that will be required by the event organizing company, the employees and contractors in ensuring that the safety and health at work are satisfied in accordance with the Act and associated regulations. In addition, this report is tailored at ensuring that the organizers are assisted in understanding the requirements of others that have conceded the events, such as emergency services and local authority with which cooperation will be required. This paper is aimed at clearly unfolding what is required and the reason for this requirement. Therefore, it does not act in replacement or contravention to the existing legislation and operational practices but confirms what has previously been laid down and justification for these practices using valid arguments that are well captured in the analysis.
As an upcoming event company in South Coast, this guidance is significant as it comprehensively examines the basic standards and safety measures that will be required to uphold approach consistency while ensuring that scope is left for flexibility. It also considers the size and nature of the events.
As a way of ensuring that people’s safety, health, and welfare is protected among the people that will be attending the events, contractors, and employees, there is a need to ensure that safety and health are managed. The fundamental importance hence has to be aimed at appreciating that safety and effective management planning has to begin at a time that is similar to the planning of other aspects of events that will be proposed in this company. The event organizer that will be charged with the role of this publication will hence be required to ensure that every event is appropriately managed and promoted. .