Part of the Events Sector Maturity Model concerns measuring the level of risk management. Below are the questions. Give them a level from 1 ( not used) to 10 ( used all the time) and this site will send back suggestions for improvement.
1 to 10
|1. Is there a standard process for the management of risk that is |
understood by all the events and event departments?
|2. Is there a standard for:|
|a. An event emergency plan|
|b. A crisis communication plan|
|c. An evacuation/invacuation plan|
|d. Health and medical plan|
|3. Are there event specific laws?|
|4. Are the standards mandatory?|
|5. Is there training in event risk management? – professional |
development /University courses.
|6. Is there an Association for events or event management?|
|7. Is there a central database or website for event risk?|
|8. Are the ISO (European) or ANSI (USA) standards used for |
|9. Is there training for onsite staff and volunteers for risk |
decisions made during the event itself (i.e. situational awareness,
|10. Are there standards or codes for: temporary structures, rides, food/water, rigging, machinery and event features (such as: fireworks, lasers, drones..) ?|
|11. Is there a formal standard onsite hazard identification process (including unattended items such as “HOT”)?|
|12. Is there a process for capturing opportunities that arise from risks?|
|a. Is there a competitive tender system (linked to procurement) for security?|
|b. Terrorism: is there a process for prevention and response |
to terrorist attacks including : hostile vehicle, active armed
shooter, IED and chemical?
|c. Is there a layered security model for the festival and large |