RECR 323 Chapter 12: CH 12 Safe Operations

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Chico State University
Recreation and Parks Management
RECR 323
Kelli Mc Crea

4/25/17 CH 12: Safe Operations - INRO o Negligence: failure to use, either by act/omission, degree of care that an ordinary person of reasonable prudence would use under give circum. - Managing Risk o Risk: uncertain condition that, if it occ., has +/- effect on project obj. ▪ Cause  consequence o Silver’s Event Risk Factor Analysis ▪ Organization staffing, planning, structure, event time/duration ▪ Audience aud./event type, crowd size, crowd density, behav. patterns. Unauthorized ▪ Site venue/layout, structures/facilities, arrival, departure, lighting, environ. ▪ Communications internal, external, promotional, signage ▪ Activities arrival, hazardous activities, entertainment/program, consumption ▪ Public safety antisocial behav., auth., emergency planning o Greatest threats to running a safe op.: ▪ Habit ▪ Inertia ▪ Ignorance o Policies/procedures: ▪ Prevention safeguards ▪ Contingency plans ▪ Emergency action plan o Silver’s Model of Risk Mgmnt ▪ Identify Analyze Select Monitor = • Prevention safeguards, Contingency plans, Emergency action plan o Risk assessment: what could go wrong, how it would affect your event, what you can do about it ▪ For ea. threat/risk id’d: • Describe nature/cause of threat/risk • Consid. likelihood of it happening/severity of consequences • Determ. what could be done to reduce likelihood/impact of it happening • Decide what protective measures/respons options you are able to/will provide • Specify how/who will be respons. for monitoring risks/perf. of response plans ▪ Event Safety Checklist • Typical health/safety hazards • Safeguards • Protection priority o 1. Ppl o 2. Prop. o 3. Reputation o 4. Rev. - Risk Identification o Risks = id by: ▪ Reviewing historical info/industry standards ▪ Interviewing subject matter experts ▪ Conducting brainstorming sessions w/event team, vendors, & key stakeholders ▪ Thru simulation/scenario forecasting o Risk mgmnt plan should be cont. improving ▪ Create standardized format for your action plans ▪ Conduct post-mortem analysis after ev. event to capture lessons learned ▪ Compile/maintain checklist of threats/incidents that have occ. & response strategies you have employed ▪ Add exper. of oth. to this inventory thru cont. ed., networking, & reading news stories, articles in industry pub., & books on risk/emergency mgmnt - Risk Analysis o Risk analysis: assess the likelihood/impact of ea. identified risk ▪ Prioritize risk based on its potential impact on the event - Response Plans o 4 ways to handle risk: ▪ 1. Avoidance: you don’t take risk @ all ▪ 2. Transference: transfer risk thru insurance, perf. bonds, warranties, guarantees, or contractual liability ▪ 3. Mitigation (reduction): incorp. safeguards into plan/targeting linkages/causes that control/prevent potential severity of impact ▪ 4. Acceptance (retention): contingency plans o Comm. = foundation of success of your response plans ▪ Specify your reporting format ▪ Determ. triggers, actions, & indiv. involved ▪ Your list of potential responses must be linked w/threshold of tolerance that will trigger response/specify which action steps will be taken ▪ Specify those indiv. empowered to make decision to implement response o Verify/validate action plans w/host org./client - Monitoring o Action plans must be integrated into timeline so you’ll be able to monitor sit./ conditions & act as req./appro. ▪ Inc.  periodic risk reviews, perf. reviews, taking corrective action when nec., implementing change controls, & cont. updating your plan o Be proactive vs. reactive o Conduct risk mgmnt walk-thru prior to opening of event, periodically during event, & after event has ended ▪ Inc.  EC, venue mgmnt, key suppliers, safety officials - Insurance o Insurance policy: legal agreement for trans. risk that defn. what will be paid for, in the event of a defn. loss, in exchange for defn. amount of $ (the premium) ▪ Most purp.-built commercial venues will req. specific levels of insurance coverage (CGL) ▪ Secure certificates of insurance from vendors o One-time (one-off)/annual events req. event liability insurance (spectator insurance) - Communications o Silver’s Model of On-Site Event Comm. ▪ Normal functioning • Performers/partic. • Staff/volun. • Spectators/guests • Auth./suppliers • Media ▪ Emergency response • Performers/partic. • Staff/volun. • Spectators/guests • Auth./suppliers • Media • Emergency services - Structure the Comm. Channels o Org. Chart ▪ Event manager • Admin. • Op. • Promo. • PR • Special events ▪ Used for assigning manageable zones of respons. ▪ Entire team should be briefed/ea. person provided w/copy of contact list o Give permission/mandate to “speak up” ▪ Provide appro. channels to elim. potential conflicts/hard feelings between competitive rivals working togeth. as subcontractors - Briefing & Debriefing Mtngs o On-site mtngs inc.: ▪ Precon (prevent briefing) • Inc. all primary stakeholders • Review of all event components, prod. sched., roles/respons., & updates on all expectations/conditions ▪ Postcon (postevent debriefing) • Review of what actually took place to resolve any complaints/doc. sugg. for future events ▪ Daily briefings • To monitor/update plans for all functional aspects/emerging issues of event ▪ Safety mtng • For those involved in actual setup to review actions to take place/confirm safety imperatives est. for event op. • Should involve all staff who - Est. a Command Center o EC should create functional network of all assistance methods/pers. so that potential/
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