IAVM’s condolences and prayers go to those affected by yesterday’s tragic events. We encourage all venues to stay informed and be proactive in their safe operations in the coming days, weeks and months.
IAVM is actively engaged with our venue members in the Boston area and we are in communication with the Department of Homeland Security. We will continue to update this blog post with resources relevant to venue managers as they become available.
Below are several resources that may be helpful as you review your venue’s emergency preparedness plan and safe operations procedures.
Protective Measures and Emergency Response Files
- Protective Measures Guide for the U.S. Outdoor Venues Industry, Department of Homeland Security
- Relocation and Evacuation Plan Template Instruction, NASCAR
FBI and Department of Homeland Security Safety Posters
- Bomb Threat Stand-off
- Hazardous Chemicals
- Peroxide Products
- Suspicious Behavior
- Suicide Bomber and Active Shooter Awareness
- Crisis Communications: Building Trust
Presenters: Antony Bonavita, Jeff Chatterton
- The Eye in the Sky – Security from a Venue Point of View
Presenters: Scott Neal, Bill Overly, Thushan Rajapaksa, Stephen Zito