Hadler DMC Scandinavia and Hosts Global Alliance’s Event Crisis Plan
Event Emergency procedures are a must unless you want to play with the lives of your event participants. Hosts Global Alliance is leading the charge about the importance of event emergency preparedness by developing a standardized “Event Emergency Preparedness Plan”.
“What do we do in an emergency?” This should be the easiest question to answer for any event planner. In recent years, it has become clear that emergencies can happen at any time, anywhere. From terror threats to environmental issues, the potential for something interrupting the event or program is now more real than ever. Unpreparedness is no longer an acceptable stance to take because negligence to prepare for the worst is reckless towards your clients’ safety. Hosts Global Alliance has spent months researching and developing a standardized Event Emergency Preparedness Plan template for all its DMCs to use with their clients. At Hadler DMC Scandinavia we welcome the research, and will fuse the template with our own “Event Emergency Plan”. Risk avoidance and mitigation are important values to provide any client.
“Fail To Plan, And You Plan To Fail.”
Hadler DMC Scandinavia’s well-documented “Event Emergency and Crisis Guide” details what to do before
the event. The guide also states which procedures to follow if a crisis, emergency, or incident happen during an event. Now with the research by Hosts Global Alliance, it is also proactive. It also outlines how to safeguard against and handle any cyber security issues that may arise throughout an event. Hosts Global Alliance has set the bar with the highest standards in destination management, making no exceptions with its proactive emergency planning at a time when it’s most needed by clients. We at Hadler DMC Scandinavia offer our clients both risk avoidance and mitigation, through careful planning of every possible event scenario. Do not take risks with safety procedures – make sure you and your suppliers have proper plans and guidelines to handle emergencies during events.