Maximum reduction of complexity through standardization and targeted cost benefits by leveraging synergies - across all your events, trade fairs and locations.
What are the benefits of a Safety Management System?
Once created, the Safety Management System transfers defined event standards - e.g. from the leading international trade fair to local trade fairs in Europe. For individual projects, only small subareas then need to be considered individually. This saves time, money and stress in the long term, and you and your team can safely perform a large part of the safety-related activities yourself.
- Compliance with the highest safety standards with optimized cost structures and sustainable reduction of complexity
- Increased flexibility and budget optimization: Implementation of safety-related tasks as far as possible with your team
- Faster implementation of the particular event
- Improved efficiency: Comprehensive standards per event type ensure that only individual subareas need to be examined.
- Leverage of synergies (with cost benefits) through transfer of safety-related concepts, processes and responsibilities.
- Standardization, documentation and traceability provide relief and transferability when personnel changes.
- Simplified implementation through detailed process documentation
For whom is a Safety Management System useful?
Among other things, if you
- operate several places of assembly and/or
- have different event types that are subject to similar standards, and/or
- have corporate guidelines and want these to be implemented in a feasible form at your events and trade fairs outside your locations and/or
- are a national or international trade fair exhibitor with a large number of projects and/or
- commission external service providers for different projects and want to define their coordination duties uniformly and, above all, across service providers and have them implemented efficiently.
- Clear delegation of entrepreneurial duties
- Limitation of liability risks
- Adjustment of insurance coverage for residual risks.
- Implementation documentation of legally required processes
- Avoidance of legal consequences if legal or employer requirements are not communicated and controlled, e.g. recourse claims by the employers’ liability insurance association
- Clear definition of responsibilities and duties
- Requirements: Protection against the consequences of accidents while performing activities
- Optimal care and rehabilitation by the liability insurance association in case of accidents
- Avoidance of legal consequences if legal or employer requirements are not observed, e.g. recourse claims by the employers’ liability insurance association, consequences under labor law