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Registration is now open for the Event Safety Alliance’s annual Event Safety Summit, taking place Wednesday, November 20 – Friday, November 22, 2019 at Rock Lititz in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Leading entertainment industry insurance solutions provider Take1 Insurance will once again serve as the Presenting Sponsor of the event.
All reasonable event professionals want their shows to be safe. But the meaning of “safe” varies with one’s role, level of experience, and insight about the event’s ultimate goals. This year’s Event Safety Summit looks deeper at the unique challenges faced by event technicians, managers, and organizers and explores how their individual safety responsibilities influence the overall event environment.
Featuring nearly 30 presentations, workshops, and networking opportunities this year’s Summit makes it easier than ever for attendees to curate a program that fits their individual interests and needs.
Program Agenda (Subject to Change)
A sampling of current topics include:
Just DO it! How to Improve Safety Compliance
Holding Ourselves Accountable - A Discussion on Policy, Influence, & Doing the Right Thing
Electrocution, Causes, & Prevention
Sexual Violence Recognition and Prevention
Is there a safe way to construct an LED screen? YES!
Building the Foundation for Situational Awareness.
Decisions & Consequences: When the Right Thing Goes Wrong
Scaffolding Design, Installation, and Management in the Performance Industry
Control Room Design & Operations
What to Inspect When You’re Inspecting
Event Security for Nervous Times
CPR/AED/First Aid Training
Best Practices in Corporate Safety
SWOT Analysis for Live Events
Professional Self Defense for Dummies
Rigging Hardware Inspection and Safe Use
Are you Insurable? Making Magic Happen While Remaining Covered
Interaction of Pyrotechnics and SFX on Rigging Systems
The Fundamentals of Performer Flying Safety
On Trial: Your Career & Your Reputation
Additional sessions will be announced over the coming weeks. Check back often for updates.
Registration for the Event Safety Summit is $950 for members/$1150 for non-members and includes materials, lunch, and social activities.
Additionally, those who have registered and/or completed Event Safety Access Training can sign up for the Event Safety Summit for just $900 [Register for ESAT].
For those arriving early, ESA will be hosting a suite of additional paid trainings on Monday, November 18 and Tuesday, November 19. Information on these training will be released in mid-summer.
Seating for these courses will be limited and available on a first come/first served basis. Priority enrollment will be granted to those registered for the Event Safety Summit. Open enrollment for remaining seats will begin in Fall 2019.
This year’s Summit is expected to fill up quickly. Don’t miss your opportunity to take part in this industry-changing conversation by securing your seat today.
Members – $950
Non-Members – $1150
ESAT Credential Holders – $900 [Register for ESAT]
Registration includes materials, lunch, and social activities
ESA and Bigger Hammer Production Services is offering a 50% registration discount for students currently enrolled in college, university, or trade programs.
LODGING & TRAVEL
Event Safety Alliance has arranged promotional rates at two hotels convenient to the Rock Lititz Campus.