Crowd Risk Analysis - Crowd Safety Engineering and Crowd Management – Professor G. Keith Still 

Preparing for G20, New Years Eve Celebrations, Asia Football Cup 2015, ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

Workshop: 11, 12, 13 August 2014
Venue: Australian Institute of Police Management, Collins Beach Road, Manly
Course fee: Early bird registration open until 31 May 2014 = $1,200.00 (incl. GST)
Course fee: From 1 June 2014 = $1,750.00 (incl. GST) 

This crowd risk analysis, crowd safety and crowd management workshop examines the history of crowd related accidents and incidents from around the world to establish the underlying causes from planning, licensing and operational perspectives.

Delegates are encouraged to bring along event plans (maps and diagrams) for use during the workshop;  this adds considerable depth to the workshop and its immediate application for events in Australia and elsewhere.  Topics include how to avoid overcrowding in public space, how to anticipate and avoid accidents and incidents, the fundamental causes and prevention of crowd related disasters and how to develop robust crowd management plans.

Delegate quotes-

"This is a must attend course for those making critical event decisions.”  UK Cabinet Office delegate

"Dr. Still’s Crowd safety workshops provided tools and insights that will improve my ability to predict potential issues, create plans to address the predicted issues and manage the crowds that these events bring… If you are responsible for the management of large gatherings, I would recommend this workshop for you and your team."Pete DiDonato, Division Chief, Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services, Austin, Texas, USA

"These courses were invaluable enabling me to illustrate quickly and precisely any issues that arose at the venues we attended and pass on my recommendations to the security team in a manner the was easily understood."  Dave Wilkie, Event Safety Officer, U2 360 European Tour

For more information or to register please contact:

Chantal Tung

Email:    ctung@csu.edu.au

Office:   +61 2 9932 5212

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