Name of Event
- Country Show
- Music Concert
- Fete or Village Day
- Sporting Event
- Arts Festival
- Special fixture
- Live Music
- Dance music
- Rock Music
- Pop Music
- Classical music
Does the organiser require advice from the SAG?
Is this sufficient notice for the SAG to give advice?
Has an event plan been submitted?
Does this provide sufficient information as to safety arrangements?
Name and Address of Event Organiser
Is the organiser experienced at delivering this type of event?
Are references available?
Has an Event Safety Manager (Competent Person) been appointed?
Does the organiser have written permission from the land owner?
- steep/uneven ground
- water hazards
- limited ingress/egress
- limited space for event
- security issues
- lack of access for vehicles
- proximity to other hazards
Will traffic management be required for this event?
Will road closures be in place?
Traffic Management Company employed?
Will security stewarding be required for this event?
Security company employed?
Can the site easily accommodate the numbers attending including ingress and egress?
Has the event taken place before?
Are records or references available?
Time of event closure
Can the proposed event be comfortably accommodated within the calendar?
Details of potential clashes and implications
Are any particular activities unique to this event?
Please provide details
Are these deemed to be low risk?
- Sound and Lighting Rig
- Inflatable structures
- Amusement rides
- stage pyrotechnics
- torchlit procession
- fire art
Will alcohol be on sale inside the venue?
Estimated average age of those attending
Is the event likely to cause noise disturbance to non-attendees?
Is the event likely to cause traffic congestion in the area?
Are attendees likely to cause disturbance or disorder outside the venue footprint?
Is the organiser aware of his/her legal duties towards attendees?
Is a SAG Meeting necessary to discuss this event?
Is there a need to meet the organisers face-to-face?
'Virtual' SAG to discuss event plans
SAG members to monitor developments and notify each other if a meeting becomes necessary