The one day course in Birmingham is suitable for all persons involved in Safety Advisory Groups, including core members and representatives. The trainer will be John Newcombe. The Institute of Licensing acredits this course for 5 hours CPD. Please Note: The Non-member fee includes complimentary individual membership until 31 March 2018.
Course ObjectivesTo increase the delegates knowledge on Safety Advisory Groups including their scope, roles of members and formulation of terms of reference. The course will also enable the delegate to plan for emergencies and to readily assess risks associated with outdoor events and events at sports grounds. Programme 9.30 Registration & Coffee 10.00 Introduction of Safety Advisory GroupsBackground to Safety Advisory Groups (SAG)Governing Legislation & GuidancePurpose and Scope of a SAG10.45 Roles and Responsibilities of SAG Members · Core Members, non-core members & invited representatives· Responsibility for Safety 11.15 Tea/Coffee 11.30 Terms of Reference · Examples of Best Practice· Management & Administration of the SAG 12.45 LUNCH 13.30 Licensing, Safety Certification & Calculating Safe Capacities · Licensing· P & S Factors· Event & Venue Management· Command & Control· Crowd Management· Temporary Demountable Structures· Fire Safety· Electrical & Mechanical· First Aid· Communications· Contingency Planning· Table Tops· Test Events 14.30 Tea/Coffee 14.45 Practical Workshop · To readily identify, monitor and assess the risks associated with outdoor events and sports grounds· To be able to identify and plan for emergencies· Event Documentation· Guidance for Event Organisers15:30 Policing & Enforcement· Inspections & Visits· Powers of Entry· Enforcement Options 16.00 Questions 16.30 Close