Welcome to the Event Safety and Security final assessment. Your knowledge of event-specific safety is assessed by answering the following 20 questions.
At the end of the assessment, you will receive feedback on how well you did. In addition, an email with the results will be sent directly to you.
- There can be more than one correct answer per question.
- You're only allowed 10 minutes (timer is on your screen).
- Once you've selected an answer, it cannot be changed.
- You must answer all questions.
- When you're finished, please type in your name and email and click submit to see your results.
- Should you encounter any problems, send me an email at the email address you'll receive with your results.
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Which calculations are required to define maximum crowd capacity?
What do we want to prevent when managing crowds?
On a drawing, you see 1:200. What does this mean?
When calculating visitor capacity, which density is the safest?
When planning a small exhibition in a hotel, which document is most important for the planning process?
Which 3 elements are necessary to start a fire?
What kind of barrier is used to keep the audience safe in front of a stage?
Which is true when setting up large screens or banners outdoors?
When work is going on at night, what must you do?
How do you define a role in your event organisation?
When do you need a staff member trained in first aid on your event site?
How do you know a fire extinguisher is usable? (check all that apply)
You see a worker in flip flops working on a stage. What do you do?
Why should you avoid waste buildup on your event site?
Which hazards exist when using a CO2 extinguisher?
Why is it important to calculate exit capacity?
What prevents my audience from panicking in an emergency?
What are circuit breakers for?
When in an emergency situation, who should be saved first?