Why is Event Safety at Parades So Important?
Why have stewards at your Parade?
Who have we worked with?
All Public Processions in Northern Ireland except
(a) a funeral procession; or
(b) a procession of a class or description specified in an order made by the Secretary of State.
Are required as per the 'code of conduct' to nominate a Chief Steward and have Trained Stewards appointed to marshal that Public Procession and those appointed should detailed on the notice to parade form 11/1.
European Convention of Human Rights:-
In order to exercise ones human rights and freedoms, we also have duties and responsibilities, which may be subject to such formalities, conditions, restrictions or penalties as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society, in the interests of National Security, Territorial Integrity or Public Safety, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, for the protection of the reputation or rights of others.....
Exercising one's Human Rights also puts an onus on the organiser to exercise social responsiblity to ensure the Public Safety of all those participants and non participants who would support these rights.
HABC Level 2 Award in Understanding Stewarding at Spectator Events (QCF)
EventSafetyNI can also deliver the following Stewarding Awards.
HABC Level 2 Award in understanding Stewarding at Spectator Events.
HABC Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety (QCF)
The HABC Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety has been accredited by the regulators of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (Ofqual, DfES and CCEA) and is part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
It is supported by SkillsActive, the Sector Skills Council for the sport and active leisure sector.
This qualification is aimed at anyone working or wishing to work in the match day and events stewarding industry. This could include a variety of sporting or musical events. The qualification meets the requirements laid out in the Football Licensing Authority’s Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (known as the Green Guide).
It covers both the competency and knowledge components of the Spectator Safety apprenticeship.
Quote from Sgt PSNI who works in conjunction with Community Safety Office Belfast City Council, in regards to Parade Steward Training.
"I attended the first session on the Shankill and was very impressed with the standard of the training and participation"
EventSafetyNI has recently worked in collaboration with Moyle District Council to train all the volunteers Stewards in preparation with the 2012 Olympic torch coming to Northern Ireland. Here's what the Moyle District Council rep had to say
"I think everyone found the course really worthwhile and certainly highlighted issues for us in Council.
The Trainor (right) at a recent meeting with Mr. Maina Kiai, Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association.