This site contains the learning support materials for a range of crowd risk analysis and crowd safety courses we teach around the world.
Information - Education - Application
G. Keith Still is the Professor of Crowd Science and Manchester Metropolitan University (UK). He develops and teaches a wide range of crowd risk analysis and crowd safety courses for event organisers, police, first responders, emergency planners, city authorities, building control and licensing officers. His courses have run at the UK Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College, Universities and client sites around the world since 1999.
Delegates are invited to take their event plans to the workshops where we demonstrate the principles and applications of crowd risk analysis review key site/event issues. Topics include how to avoid overcrowding in public space, how to anticipate and avoid accidents and incidents, the fundamental causes and prevention of crowd related disasters and how to develop robust crowd management plans.
"This is a must attend course for those making critical event decisions.” UK Cabinet Office delegate
“As a silver/bronze commander in charge of major events in both a large busy city and a football stadium, I feel confident that I can now plan and prepare to ensure a safer ingress, circulation and egress of crowds. Thanks for this course.” UK Police Commander
"These courses were invaluable enabling me to illustrate quickly and precisely any issues that arose at the venues we attended and pass on my recommendations to the security team in a manner the was easily understood." Dave Wilkie, Event Safety Officer, U2 360 European Tour
“Keith Still’s workshops have focussed the minds of many people in realising just how easy it can be for disaster to occur, and equally how simple the solutions often are.” Eric Stuart, former Metropolitan Police Event Planner for Notting Hill Carnival and London New Year Events.
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