These two days, although separate, are linked together and should ideally be completed as a two-day course. However, attendees will be able to attend one or both.
Each day is entirely different from the other. Day one will focus on the role and function of Safety Advisory Groups, day two will focus on crowds, studying the combinations of maths, physics, psychology and behaviours that can lead crowds into unsafe situations unless properly managed.
Who should attend:
- Event Organisers
- Local Authorities
- Fire and Police Officers
- All category 1 responders who have 'events' within their remit or who will deal with the consequences of events that fail (Emergency Planning Officers)
This course is also suitable for all SAG members especially chairs. It is particularly relevant to the supervisors of those who attend SAGs to enhance the understanding of the burdens placed upon them.