In preparation for the busy 2019 summer event season, I invite you to attend the inaugural Event Safety Alliance Canada Conference.
This conference is designed to provide practical insights for production suppliers, event production companies, festivals and roadhouses, municipalities, colleges and universities, labour organizations, and all those who provide support to the live event industry.
You’ll have a full slate of relevant topics presented by experts in the field, as well as an opportunity to share event safety experiences with colleagues. You’ll learn directly from like-minded professionals from around the world – their experiences, expertise and perspectives. See the Event Safety Alliance Canada website for details about sessions and speakers, which include:.
ESA Highlights and Coming Attractions - Steven A. Adelman
Weather Safety and Your Event - Is There An App For That? - Dr. Kevin Kloesel
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead - Mike Harnett
Electrify the Audience, Not the Performers - Richard Cadena
Event Security for Nervous Times - Moderator: Steven A. Adelman; Panelists: Jennifer Mathieson and Sean Spence, plus an additional panelist to be announced soon
Join us for a day of inspiring speakers and the opportunity to connect with fellow event professionals – from venue staff to suppliers – and all those who make the shows happen in this great country of ours.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
If you have questions (dietary restrictions, accessibility etc.), please email email@example.com
Is there a Group Disount?
Yes, there is a discount for groups of 6 or more until March 15. Click on the "Tickets" button and scroll down.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
See "Plan Your Visit" at the Art Gallery of Ontario website.
Is my registration fee transferable?
Yes, you may send an alternate to the conference. To make a change, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there accomodation nearby?
Doubletree by Hilton Downtown is one option near the Art Gallery of Ontario.