Lambda Productions uses the Event Safety Guide. How about you?

By | February 10th, 2014|Categories: ESA Blog, Uncategorized|

Lambda Productions, production manager for some of the nation's largest and most renowned festivals, writes in to tell us how they have applied the Event Safety Guide to ensure their events are as safe as possible: Lambda Productions, one of the original supporters of the ESA, continues to support best safety practices by encouraging the festivals [...]

Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company Announces Sponsorship of Event Safety Alliance

By | February 5th, 2014|Categories: ESA Updates, Uncategorized|

Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company is pleased to announce it has entered into a partnership with the Event Safety Alliance (ESA) as Title Insurance Sponsor. The partnership is an effort to reduce risks at live events, and to demonstrate Fireman Fund’s belief and support in ESA’s mission to create common safety protocols for live events. Lauren Bailey, vice president of entertainment insurance [...]

Thank you Forever Young Foundation

By | February 3rd, 2014|Categories: ESA Blog, Uncategorized|

The Event Safety Alliance would like to thank Forever Young Foundation for their generous donation. Founded in 1993 by NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young, Forever Young Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization focused on passing on hope and resources for the development, strength, and education of children. The Foundation serves children facing significant physical, emotional, [...]

LDI attendees – give us your thoughts on the Event Safety Guide

By | January 21st, 2014|Categories: ESA Blog, Uncategorized|

Attention LDI 2013 attendees - If you acquired an advance copy of the Event Safety Guide during the conference, we want to hear from you regarding your experience and use of the guide. Please drop us a line at media@eventsafetyalliance.org. If you've been waiting for the guide to go on sale, the wait is nearly over. [...]

Mountain Productions’ Annual Safety Training

By | January 17th, 2014|Categories: In The News, Uncategorized|

Mountain Productions’ recently completed its annual, company-wide safety training. The three-day training covered several important safety topics, and a wide variety of speakers representing a multitude of organizations visited Mountain as seminar teachers. The first day of safety school welcomed the PA Dept. of Labor, Wilkes-Barre’s Fire Dept. Captain, and Hilti Power Tools. Mountain Productions’ staff [...]

Rock Lititz starts push to make Lititz area an entertainment technology hub

By | January 15th, 2014|Categories: In The News, Uncategorized|

Source: Reading Eagle Editors Note: Rock Lititz is slated to become the new home of the Event Safety Alliance! When The Rolling Stones or Maroon 5 hit the road, their production crews have spent months practicing, making sure the lighting's just right, the special effects are perfect, along with the staging, video, pyro and all the [...]

How You Can Help

By | December 16th, 2013|Categories: ESA Blog, Uncategorized|

Having spent two years working to promote and grow the Event Safety Alliance, we’ve had the pleasure of speaking with hundreds of people from across all sectors of the live event industry. During these discussions, one of the most frequent inquiries we’ve received has been “What can I do to help the Event Safety Alliance?” There [...]

New guidelines promote safety for outdoor concert venues

By | December 9th, 2013|Categories: In The News, Uncategorized|

Source: NBC News The entertainment industry is promoting new ways to keep you safe at outdoor concerts. For the first time since the stage rigging collapse at the Indiana State Fair, there are new, wide-reaching guidelines for the U.S. and abroad. One victim of the State Fair collapse wonders what took so long, and talks about [...]

Why Roadies Are Our Best Bet For Typhoon Haiyan Relief In The Philippines

By | November 30th, 2013|Categories: In The News, Uncategorized|

By Ruth Blatt, Forbes, November 30, 2013. “Mr. President,” said former roadie and production manager for The Police Charlie Hernandez in April 2011, taking a pen out of his pocket, “I can get this pen anywhere on Earth in 72 hours.” He was talking to Bill Clinton after an awards dinner for Clinton’s Global Initiative featuring [...]

Announcing the release of the Event Safety Guide

By | November 11th, 2013|Categories: ESA Blog, Uncategorized|

The countdown has begun. After nearly two years of development, the Event Safety Alliance is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the Event Safety Guide. Version 1.0 of the guide will be formally unveiled in less than two weeks at the LDI Conference and Tradeshow in Las Vegas. Copies of the guide will be available [...]