A good event planner knows that obstacles are more than throwing ropes. He wants people to show them simply.
Crowd control barriers is an important part of crowd management. When you limit others physically, you have to be prepared for any situation. So here are some tips to help you build your own crowd control barrier.
1. Be prepared. Especially when you have an expected high out rate event, the name of the game is to be ready. Figuring out and predicting how many people will show up will have a huge impact on your decision-making process. First, it will help you decide which crowd control barrier to use. Do you need a steel roadblock, such as a common roadblock for sports events and parades, or can you escape just a velvet rope? Once you know how many people there are, you should figure out the shape of your roadblock. Like most cinemas, "s" shaped roadblocks prevent noisy crowds from pushing the line forward.
Dress up for men in the crowd. Another tip is to make sure you or your staff are always around obstacles. This may mean that someone is at the front of the line, or at the back, or even in the middle, but if there are any questions, someone should always be there to answer them, or just provide an authoritative focus. It can provide a peaceful existence. It's not wise to leave your roadblocks to yourself.
Three. Communicate frequently. Based on the idea of establishing an authority figure for your group, my first suggestion is to always keep in touch. I find that most of the problems at the entrance can be solved by some good old customer service. If the event is delayed, please go out and explain. If your crowd becomes restless, send someone out to estimate the time. People who are upset can be dangerous people.