192 Wellington Parade
East Melbourne VIC 3002
Public events attracting large crowds are vulnerable to deliberate and accidental threats that could disrupt event continuity with serious physical and financial consequences. Public event operators, governments, infrastructure owners, emergency services and all other security and safety stakeholders need to find the right balance between infrastructure, technology, operations and manpower to ensure public venue security and safety.
Attend this practical summit and gain insights into:
- Planning and training for an emergency situation to maximise operational readiness
- Improving community safety and minimising crime in partnership with local police and agencies
- Improving real-time decision capabilities by implementing crowd monitoring systems
- Developing lock down processes scenarios
- Designing and applying measures to mitigate hostile vehicle threats in public spaces
- Rethinking emergency evacuation procedures
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