What If, You Changed One Thing?

What If, You Changed One Thing?

By Camille Moore, September 12, 2018

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Are you the missing link to a successful meeting and event risk management plan? This program explores the role of meeting/event planners and venue operators in the risk management identification, response and recovery process. A thorough review of a complex meeting/event industry case study will act as a guide.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognition of role in the risk management process.
  2. General understanding of hazard indicators.
  3. Response process for major and catastrophic failures.

Speaker Bio:

BrianAvery

Brian D. Avery is a life safety speaker, professor, expert witness and author who specializes in protecting the people that comprise the events, tourism and attractions industries. Brian’s career spans 25 plus years and his background is comprised of three areas of expertise: risk and safety management, event design and execution and education.

Brian is an advocate for safety and communicating the importance of improving personal safety and organizational awareness. Direct from the pages of Brian’s reports, his experience, and research, Brian shares the lessons learned from tragic, yet avoidable incidents and hazards that he has investigated worldwide… all in an effort of prevention and progress.

Website: eventsafetyservices.com

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