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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We recognize that there is a whole group of peo- ple who suffer from the disease of alcoholism. In this continuum, guests are situated according to their motivations to attend an event: When security departments produce neg- safegy images, they can become part of the risk crisis.

Since September 11,acts of war and terrorism are factors that every event risk manager must consider; even sport events or weddings are on the front line. These actions can happen to anyone, dressed in any fash- ion and of any age group.

How often do manageent and waitresses lose their tempers?

To make matters worse, during the Ghana soccer riots, some survivors reported that police fired tear gas at fans. Coffee, cold showers, fresh air, and exercise do not sober up a person who has had too much to drink.


For example, Stjepan Mestrovic notes that just as at the end of the nineteenth century, the intelligentsia, and many around the world, live in a bifurcated world filled with a combination of hope and despair.

Many people in the United States are often afraid to express anger. Critical Issues for Event Safety.

They should also know how mobs work and what precautions can be taken, in conjunction with se- curity professionals and law enforcement officials, to ensure that an orderly event does not disintegrate into a destructive mob. That same theme is carried over into Chapters 6 and 7.

Event Risk Management and Safety

What type of public are you serving? If the total message we transmit or re- ceive is percent, then about 7 percent is through words, about 38 percent is through tones, and about 55 percent is through body language. Not only do states have different interpretations of the dram shop laws, but each state also has its own alcohol and beverage commission ABC.

Another illustration of this is Woodstock II. COD perpetrators often view their vic- tims as suckers whose money should be separated from them with a minimum of difficulty.

Insurance policies dic- tate what you can and cannot do at an event. Thus, as Sternberg notes: Do famous people intimidate you?

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Tomorrow’s Event Risk Management. As tragic as that may be, this particular chapter focuses on the person who does not suffer from alcoholism as a disease, but rather the person who at- tends an event or convention and simply loses his or her sobriety for the moment.

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Looking for beautiful books? As shown previously, sports events are another opportunity for disorderly conduct. Table of contents Features 1.

We are still not sure. To make matters more difficult, courts have held that if a U. Develop a media plan to: Tourism Oriented Policing Services. Many fisk the people with whom you may come in contact are of a psychographic nature. How would you define visitor activities at your event?

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Event risk managers are keenly aware that almost any event can quickly change from leisurely fun to chaos and even death. The Naval Academy family must come out of this denial and engage in open, honest and productive communication. This means that the program is orga- nized for those unfortunate events with which we hope we never have to deal.