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~ Event Crowd control ~ Event Visible deterrent ~ Event Perimeter checks ~ Event Parking Marshals ~ Event Services ~ Event Asset Protection ~ Event AED Supply with Firstaid Officer 

Simply we have the experience, the client history, the staff, the 24 hour back to office monitoring. We get the jobs because of the level of service we supply.

From Bump in Overnight security to Bump out, we have you covered.

Phone: (03) 9005 7670

Local: 1300 677 428  

Email: contact@securityguards.melbourne

We are open 24 hours 7 Days a week.

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Event Safety Management

1.1 Planning

Well planned events are safe events  – by using systematic planning processes, event organisers can identify potential hazards, determine risks and then eliminate them or minimise their impact.

Good planning systems means being prepared well in advance and ensuring that safety is a priority throughout the event, including initial bump in /out

1.2 Event Stakeholders

  • Event stakeholders
  • Staff and volunteers
  • Contractors
  • Security Services
  • Emergency Services
  • Local Council 
  • Transport Services
  • Visitors

1.3 Hazard Identification

  • Human – Including type and size of crowd expected, public safety, security and traffic
  • Technological – Including Mechanical utilities such as gas and electricity as well as equipment
  • Natural – Including the physical location and site conditions
  • Environmental – Including weather, ground impact, Environmental Protection Authority requirements, Authority requirements
  • Event Image – How do we want to be known after the event

1.4 Risk Assessment

When determining a risk rating using the risk assessment matrix for each hazard we have taken the following things into consideration

  • The Consequence – what could happen, the extent of harm.
  • The Likelihood – chances or possibility of it occurring

After the risk assessment is completed  risk control measures are then implemented to either eliminate, or reduce the likelihood of the risk

1.5 Inductions

All Contractors, staff and volunteers to be inducted into the site prior to the commencement of the event.

1.6 Licensed Areas

  • Limited liquor licence obtained from VCGLR prior to event
  • All stalls serving liquor must display their limited liquor licence within their stand, visible to the general public. In addition vendors must also clearly display responsible service of alcohol signage
  • All staff members distributing liquor must have completed a ‘Responsible Service of Alcohol’ qualification
  • All Staff members who have a current and valid RSA must use this know