As an event organiser, the safety of the public must be a central concern for you. Crowd safety at events depends to a large extent on crowd management. Crowd management is about the safe and orderly collection and relocation of crowd flows. In doing so, we prevent excessive crowd density (concentration of visitors) and promote the flow. The crowd density and flow are influenced by various factors. For example, the layout of the event location, the visitor capacity, the facilities present, the communication, the visitor profile and psychological factors.
At the International Security Agency (ISA), we have years of experience in drawing up a Crowd Management plan for your event. In doing so, we focus particularly on preventing overcrowding and crossflow. Overcrowding and crossflow are a common cause of fatal accidents at gatherings of people, think of the tragic images from the Love Parade in Duisberg.
We know how crowds move and where any risks lie. That is why we make sure that we actively guide your guests. Upon arrival, during and after your event. Thanks to careful planning and the deployment of expert event security staff and project managers, the crowd flows remain optimally manageable. The result? Your guests can always gather and move about safely at your event.