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Crowd Management Technologies and System to Ensure Safe and Efficient Evacuation

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Crowd Management Technologies and System to Ensure Safe and Efficient Evacuation

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Course Information

"Highlights of Event Safety Seminar, 23 September 2017"

 

About this webcast

Safety is the first priority of event organisation. The recent major incidents happened in overseas live events such as the terror attack in Manchester Arena, concert fire in Oakland, and the Marathon bombing in Boston, etc, served as a harsh reminder of the ever-present threat during any live event. The need of continuous assessment of risks and needs, as well as developing and implementing up-to-date emergency plans are essential for an effective response to all kinds of emergencies including man-made and natural disasters. The work of event safety does not rely only on the event organisers and emergency responders but also the general public, the Government and industry stakeholders.

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI), with support of the Asia World Expo, conducted an Event Safety Seminar. The seminar was designed to provide practical insights for event organisers, emergency preparedness and response organisations, and all those who provide support to live events industry. Bringing together a group of international and local experts, participants learnt about the latest venue security planning strategies, protocols and technologies, as well as experts' insights on balancing security, operational efficiency and public image. 

The HKJCDPRI would like to share with you some highlights of the seminar in webcasts.

What you will hear

Mr Jon Corbishley’s webinar will focus on crowd management methods for events and effective evacuation shall the need arise. Mr Corbishley will go over different case scenarios to identify “What will require an evacuation” and whether there are “Any other alternatives to evacuation”. He will lead us through the process of decision-making and guide us on how to effectively relay an evacuation to the audience. Through a case study using Hong Kong as a background, the audience will be provided a chance to effectively plan their own evacuation routes.

Target Audience

Target audience will be event organisers, emergency preparedness and response organisations, security services organiastions, and all those who will conduct live events including NGOs, schools, etc.

Effective Date 
23 Sept 2017

Level 
Intermediate
Length 
58 min
Subject 
Event Safety
Institution 
Language 
English
Video Transcripts 
English
Certificate will be rewarded upon completing the course.
Available for CME / CPD Accreditations, please refer to detailed course information for details.
This is free course
HKJCDPRI

Mr Jon Corbishley FSIA

Director, The Safety Officer Pty Ltd, Australia