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What are risk assessments? Risk assessments are documents that detail you have identified and analysed risks associated with your event. You must assess all aspects of your event, from identifying health and safety hazards right through to fire risks. The risk assessment will then detail suggested ways to minimise or
The Insure Our Event team are supporting World Mental Health Day by wearing yellow around the office. And of course donating to Mind too. Wellbeing is no longer just a buzzword. It’s a serious factor for happiness and something that impacts everyone. Organising any event can be stressful Is there
Worried your event could be cancelled due to flooding? Here’s what to do.
Now summer has drawn to a close, rather than looking back fondly at the warm sunny days, don’t forget that party season is almost upon us. With Halloween, Bonfire Night and even Christmas around the corner, you’re bound to have lots in store. We know that as event planners, you’ve
It’s easy to think that terrorism won’t affect us. To think of it as something that is only targeted at major cities and venues. But that’s not true. Do I need to think about terrorism insurance? As part of our ongoing mission to make sure that you’re protected, whatever might
Slips, trips and falls are a major hazard to society. They cost the UK economy over £800m a year, yet they’re often not taken seriously. In reality, they pose a major threat, and the risks can be particularly prevalent at events like yours. The good news is, with some care
Legionella is an often forgotten threat that could have a detrimental effect on your event, and your customers. If you have any form of water systems at your event, you could be affected. So learn what to look out for, and how to prevent it. What is Legionnaires ’ disease?
It’s the old adage, that as long as someone is talking about you or your event, it must be a good thing right? Even if what’s being said or done is controversial, or not to everyone’s taste. Ultimately, it’s making people talk about the event. So it’s putting you on
With summer 2019 winding down, and the weather going in a decidedly drizzly direction, we’re taking a look back at some of the summers highs and lows. We missed out on the consistent great weather of 2019, and were faced with some serious ups and downs. From scorching sun to
Security issues at events have grown and evolved in recent years. We can’t talk about them in the same way as we did ten, five, or even a couple of years ago. Threats to events, both large and small, are constantly evolving. This makes it difficult to always be protected.
It doesn’t seem two minutes since the last bank holiday; but the final Bank Holiday Monday of the season is just around the corner. Bank Holidays can be fantastic for business. More customers events for longer can only be good news for your bottom line. But more customers and events