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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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Risk managers can never accept a story at face value. In Chapter 1, we learned how individuals often de- velop a new rizk when they are in a group or away from home. Europeans, on the other hand, argue that the results of such natural threats are foreseeable and therefore not acts of God. This is an industry that touches all of our managrment. The large majority of guests, however, assume that a place is safe and secure.

What personnel are available? The event cannot afford asfety have merchandise lifted, to have guests as- saulted, or to have money stolen. Event risk man- agers need to train their staff and volunteers to monitor the fol- lowing activities: In- ternational special events not only mix people from different lands and languages, but also, in the realm of alcohol consumption, cre- ate new challenges for event risk managers.

Event Entertainment and Production Mark Sonder. In the area of event risk management, too many faulty assumptions can lead to major errors in judgment. Event risk managers who must host young people have a num- ber of alcohol-related concerns. Event risk managers may be so con- vinced that they must deal with an alcohol problem that they may fail to note other potential problems along the way. Past performance is no guarantee of future action.

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Document, in writing, and have evemt document counter- signed witnessed that the incident took place and how it was handled steps 1—3. An attempt to decide if there is 1 low chance of occurrence and low consequences, 2 low chance of adn and high consequences, 3 high chance of occurrence and low consequences, or 4 high chance of occurrence and high consequences.


Throughout this work, my dear friend Don Ahl of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority has given me both oral and written technical advice. In the United States, small communities such as Seaside, Oregon, and large cities such as Los Angeles, California, have both suffered from ri- ots. What may be seen as a risk or a crisis in one year may be ignored by the media in managemrnt year. Are there progressive phases to alcoholism and if so what are they?

Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. One example is the major religious pilgrimage known as the hajj. Acknowledgments This book would not have been possible without the love, friend- ship, and eveent of many people.

Seeing should be understood as one way to gather data, but never the only way. Risk from this perspective is almost a sport in which managers compete to determine who can best manage the most risks. Functionalists understand the social system as a series of in- terlocking components. Review the description of conflict theory found in Chapter 1 and ask your- self what does each group want before, during, and after the event.

How are things in- terconnected? My library Help Advanced Book Search. Certainly, this book is an example of such a possibility. From the two families fighting, to the caterer serving the wrong food, to paint on chairs, to the loss of a wedding li- cense, there is barely a wedding that occurs without some risk and some crisis.

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On the other hand, there are a number of nations that have much more relaxed attitudes toward alcoholic beverages. For example, television and radio broadcast events as they unfold, and the Web permits word-of-mouth dialogue in computerized form to spread instantaneously. Event risk managers are keenly aware of the problem of alcohol at events. What resources do you have to man- We can reduce items a to h to the fol- age the risks? Figure Guidelines for Event Package Reviews Event risk managers must always consider both local laws and cus- toms and so should modify these guidelines accordingly.

If ssafety is normally a venue for sports events, what special problems will a political event pose for you?

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All this rapid interchange among people makes the life of the event risk manager even more difficult as even small events can become large crises. The farther away one is from a crisis location, the worse the crisis will appear to be and the longer the crisis will remain in the collective travel subconscious.

What event facilities, such as communications cen- ters, does the site have? An Applied and Theoretical Sociological Perspective.

Tarlow No preview available – This is a multifaceted industry that has yet to be de- fined: From inside the book. The basic premise of these laws is that if person X gives too much al- cohol to person Y who then, in an intoxicated state, hurts himself or another person, then X can be held liable.

In some communities, local se- curity forces have succeeded in becoming symbolic icons, repre- senting not just the use of force but also a cultural attraction.