Event Safety Alliance Announces Launch of Quarterly Publication, Event Safety Insights

Event Safety Alliance Announces Launch of Quarterly Publication, Event Safety Insights
Event Safety Alliance Announces Launch of Quarterly Publication, Event Safety Insights

Event Safety Alliance announces the launch of Event Safety Insights (ESI), a quarterly publication focused on safety issues relevant to

all segments of the live event industry. Event Safety Insights aims to provide readers with the latest safety-related news, features, practices, and technology, and shine a spotlight on companies, non-profit organizations, and individuals helping to create to a safer future for those working at or attending live events.

“Safety is a connective tissue, and the industry has done a fantastic job rallying around the ESA’s cause,” stated Event Safety Alliance Founder and President Jim Digby. “There’s a tremendous desire for actionable information regarding event safety. In launching Event Safety Insights, the ESA hopes to continue the important conversations discussed at events such as the Event Safety Summit and Severe Weather Summit,

and highlight the great successes of promoters, production personnel, technicians, meeting planners, and others who are making safety a priority, and offer opportunities for all of us to learn from their experience.”

The debut issue of Event Safety Insights is focused on preparing for severe weather threat. Features include a look at planning for lightning and extreme heat, National Weather Service recommendations when planning for severe weather, as well as recap of the ESA’s 2016 Severe Weather Summit.

Event Safety Insights can be viewed and downloaded at http://eventsafetyinsights.com.

Print versions of the magazine will also be available at select Event Safety Alliance appearances, including LDI: Live Outside (October 21-22) and the Event Safety Summit (November 29 – December 1).

About Event Safety Alliance:

Event Safety Alliance (ESA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade organization dedicated topromoting and supporting “life safety first” during all phases of live event production.

Through the dissemination of preparedness information, the development of planning & training resources, and the creation of software safety resources, the Event Safety Alliance strives to eliminate knowledge and awareness barriers that often contribute to unsafe conditions and behaviors. For additional information, visit www.eventsafetyalliance.org.