- Airports in 3 major cities and interference with lights
- Birmingham Weather – Storm Freya, 55-65mph winds
- Potential crowd disorder from local football derby, issues with this in the past
- Birmingham site split over two levels of flooring, ensuring the safety of participants on the balcony level
- Area Locality – Asset at risk due to outdoor installations and increasing numbers of homeless in the area.
- Vehicle access issues to site in Dundrum
- Late turn up of consignment trucks
- Creating safe separation of installations for the enjoyment of adults and children
- Full successful health and safety management for all three events
- Wind Management plan, extra ballasting, IBC and additional work hours with short notice to manage the safety of the site with unexpected weather conditions
- Deployment plan and participant safety focus to mitigate potential crowd disorder
- Coordination with airport authority
- Traffic management plan – safely moving kit across a main road due to vehicle access restraints, extra staff as banksmen
- Safe use of forklift and other machinery in a pedestrian precinct
- Staff management over short term notice reduced build period, shift system implemented to avoid rushing, stress and potential accidents and injuries.
- Only one day closed at Birmingham festival despite extreme weather conditions.
- Dynamic approach to safe separation with increased signage and monitoring
- Safe delivery with 0 accidents, injuries or issues over any of the festivals.
- Very high footfall despite weather at Birmingham festival.
- Safe and successful activation of previously unknown spaces.