Health and Safety for the workers at your event begins before the contract is awarded to your contractors. Your contractors will need to be vetted to make sure that the ones you choose have thought ahead about workers’ safety.
Getting a copy of your Health & Safety Program distributed to the contractors before they arrive at the site lets them know what is expected of them to keep your event safe.
During the Build, Run-of-Event and Strike you will need “Boots on the Ground” to manage the Health and Safety of your workers/volunteers.
Your job is to produce a great event but you may not be an expert in Safety so all of these additional tasks can be overwhelming…Cobalt Safety can help with all of this and more.
Jason Gordon, our Event Sector Lead, has provided Occupational Safety Management for several large events including Ottawa Bluesfest, RedBull Crashed Ice and La Machine to name a few.
Although we don’t specialize in Extreme Weather Management or Crowd Safety Jason Gordon has training and experience in these additional measures which just helps to strengthen your production team.
Jason Gordon is a member of the Scott Johnson (Radiohead) Working Group which is working toward making changes to both standard practices and legislation to help prevent tragic accidents in the event sector. Jason also is proud to be a member of the Board of Directors for Event Safety Alliance Canada.
Services we provide:
- Event Safety Orientations
- Onsite Safety Management Services
- Health and Safety Policies and Programs
- Subcontractor Vetting Services
- Stage erection compliance inspections and consulting
- Event Safety planning, crowd safety and monitoring services and many other services
- Give us a call, we look forward to assisting with your event health and safety.