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Event Safety Alliance partners with Dutch events organization

Continuing on its quest to improve safety awareness throughout the global events industry, Event Safety Alliance formed a strategic partnership with Dutch public events organization Vereniging van EvenementenMakers (VVEM).

Operating as an international affiliate of the ESA, the two organizations will collaborate on the creation of a Dutch edition of the Event Safety Guide, as well as the mutual recognition and promotion of each group’s safety training programs.

“The ESA is delighted to have the VVEM as a new partner of our rapidly growing organization,” said ESA Chairman of the Board Jim Digby. “The VVEM is well established in the sector and has accumulated a wealth of expertise which will incorporated in the next edition of the ESG. We look forward to a positive dialogue and exchange of knowledge and ideas between the two organizations.”

VVEM president Herald van de Bunt continued, “The membership of the VVEM comprises the major event organizers in the Netherlands, companies that are continuously innovating in the area of event safety. With the publication of the ESG, these event organizers have assumed the responsibility of not only informing and raising awareness among stakeholders of event safety, but also training and including them as partners in this important field. We view the partnership with ESA as an important step forward. The Event Safety Guide, combined with the ESA’s training courses, is the best possible way of promoting event safety.”

Participation in this new alliance is open to all interested parties regardless of other professional affiliations. For more information, email info@eventsafetyalliance.org.

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