Training, Inspecting, and Analyzing to Reduce Liability and Provide Compliance.
Tweet When installing temporary structures such as tents at festivals and events, it is imperative that consideration be given to the following safety related concerns: Obstructions, location, weather, wind exposure, access, exits, and anchoring stability. Event organizers and planners are responsible for identifying materials and standards that provide requirements for the proper set-up and use… [Read More]
Tweet Over the last 10 years or so the inflatable industry has experienced a growth explosion. Prior to that, you could mention the word inflatable and people would give you a puzzled look. You would follow-up by giving a description and provide some additional terms such as moon-bounce or spacewalk and a light bulb would… [Read More]
Tweet In response to an article titled: Ride experts call 11-year-old Pleasantville girl’s fatal fall from Wildwood’s Morey’s Pier Ferris wheel a freak occurrence—By RICHARD DEGENER and DAN GOOD Rider error – James Barber, a former New York ride inspector and current industry safety consultant, was quoted in this article saying that “Maybe she panicked… [Read More]
Tweet The events industry is like no other. Events are dynamic and fluid with numerous issues surfacing along the way. Events are continuously influenced by both external and internal factors. Whether it is a sporting event, concert, tradeshow, festival, award show, political convention or party they present a unique set of challenges. Events, regardless of… [Read More]
Tweet A failure to provide timely medical response at your facility or event can have devastating repercussions. Poor response times ultimately result in thousands of needless deaths a year. Currently, there is great debate about the use of automated external defibrillators (AED’s). Automated external defibrillators are an important lifesaving technology and play an important role… [Read More]