There are a lot of events organized every year in Singapore. So, it’s important to have deep look at event security!

Here are 10 tips that can help make your event safer:

1) Have a security plan in place:

Before you even start planning your event, make sure that you have a security plan in place. This should include details on who will be responsible for security, how you will handle emergencies, and what measures you will take to prevent crime and protect your guests.

2) Screen guests and staff:

All guests and staff should be screened before they are allowed into the event. This can be done by checking ID cards or by running a background check. We recommend ID checks because background checks can be time-consuming and unreliable.

3) Set a security budget:

Before you even start planning your event, make sure you set a finite amount of money to spend on security for that event. Keep in mind that the cost of increased security will vary dramatically depending on the size and nature of your event.

4) Increase security during times of increased risk:

If you are hosting an event at night, make sure to increase the number of guards and lights around the area where your event is taking place. Also make sure that you have someone monitoring guests as they leave the event to ensure their safety. If you host a party on St Patrick’s Day, make sure to increase security and check IDs. If you host an event during a holiday season, make sure to hire extra guards and increase the number of lights around your event area.

5) Make it clear where guests should go:

If there are two places that your guests can go (e.g. the dining hall or the dance hall), make sure that signs are clearly visible pointing people towards one of the places. That way guests can find their way quickly and easily.

6) Have rescue equipment on hand:

If you are hosting an event in a place with several floors or if your event is taking place somewhere where it might be difficult for emergency personnel to access, make sure you have rescue equipment on hand (e.g. first aid kit, stretcher). That way you can assist guests if necessary and avoid any unnecessary accidents.

7) Have staff supervise the area during the event:

During your event, make sure to have staff members supervising the area to ensure that no one is doing anything illegal or inappropriate. This will help to create a safe and secure environment for your guests.

8) Restrict access to certain areas:

If you have any areas of your event that are off-limits to guests, make sure to restrict access to those areas. This will help to prevent crime and ensure the safety of your guests.

9) Warn guests of the dangers of leaving valuables unattended:

During your event, make sure to warn guests not to leave valuable items unattended. In addition, remind your guests to be careful when using their mobile devices in public areas. Make it clear that anything valuable left unattended for a long period of time will be confiscated and/or destroyed.

10) Train staff members on emergency procedures:

Train all your staff members on emergency procedures to make sure everyone knows what to do in case of an emergency. Make it clear where first-aid equipment is kept and make sure that key personnel is aware of how everything works.

Note that security at public events, concerts, shows, and the like will be handled by security personnel.

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Before you even start planning your event, make sure to create a security plan for that event. All guests and staff should be screened and access to certain areas should be restricted. Finally, make sure everyone knows what to do in case of an emergency.


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