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Risk Management Of High Profile Public Events. Tour de France Stage 1 – Canterbury Finish 8 July 2007. Tour De France Stage 1 Objectives. Tour De France Stage 1 Strategic Risks. Tour De France Stage 1 Contractual Relationships. Transport For London Opening Ceremony 6 July 2007

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    1. Risk Management Of High Profile Public Events Tour de France Stage 1 – Canterbury Finish 8 July 2007

    2. Tour De France Stage 1Objectives

    3. Tour De France Stage 1Strategic Risks

    4. Tour De France Stage 1 Contractual Relationships Transport For London Opening Ceremony 6 July 2007 Prologue Stage 7 July 2007 First Stage 8 July 2007 Amaury Sport Organisation Tour De France Organisers The Race Innovision Event Organisers (London) Medway Council The Route Crowd Management Kent County Council The Route Crowd Management (Route) Canterbury City Council Finish Zone Canterbury High School The Permanence Pennine Events Crowd Management (Route)

    5. Tour De France Stage 1Partners Key Partners Kent Highways Transport For London Innovision ASO Police British Transport Police Fire & Rescue Ambulance Service Kent & Canterbury Hospital Other Partners NHS Social Services Pennine Events Mid Kent Water Transco Canterbury High School Suppliers Stakeholders Elected Members Residents Local Business Funding Partners Sponsors

    6. Tour De France Stage 1 8 July 2007

    7. Tour De France Stage 1Managing Risk The Key Decisions

    8. Tour De France Stage 1CCC Planning Groups The Finish Line Planning Group AKA – The Bronze Group The Supports Events Group The Safety Group Commercial Health Manager Project Leader Project Manager Events Manager Health & Safety Officer Risk Management Officer Procurement Officer The Stakeholder Group

    9. Tour De France Stage 1Working with Partners

    10. Tour De France Stage 1Risk Assessments

    11. Tour De France Stage 1Emergency Planning

    12. Contingency Risks • Threatened Terrorist Attack • Actual Terrorist Attack (conventional) • CBRN Terrorist Attack • Gas Leak • Gas Explosion • Grand Stand collapse • Major Fire (near the race route) • Air Crash • Excessive Heat • Overcrowding

    13. Tour De France Stage 1The Day

    14. Tour De France Stage 1The Outcomes

    15. Outcomes – Countywide • Watched by an estimated two million people along the route • £37 million income boost for Kent business (KCC estimate) • Ambulance response times maintained

    16. Outcomes - Canterbury • 81% of residents felt the Tour coming to Canterbury was a good thing only 5% a bad thing – survey by Canterbury Christchurch University • 94% of residents were aware that the Tour was coming to Canterbury and most awareness was around road closures and route details – Canterbury Christchurch College University

    17. Outcomes - Canterbury • 72% of businesses interviewed felt the Tour coming had been a positive thing and only 11% a negative - survey by Canterbury Christchurch University • Viewed by an estimated 50,000 people in the Canterbury sector – Kent Police estimates

    18. Tour De France Stage 1Conclusions

    19. Conclusions • High profile events are high risk. • Risk management cannot be a ‘bolt on’. • Opportunity to demonstrate the benefits of risk management. • A danger of ‘overselling’ events can be risk in itself.

    20. The End