In this breakout session, you will learn a seven-step plan for ministry and safety leaders. If you are just starting a safety program or have had one established for many years, the seven steps will encourage and engage you to look deeper into the governance and accountability of your church security operations, no matter the size of your church. Factors such as culture, environment, beliefs, and denial are some of the things that are challenging to govern in security ministry.

The seven steps provide the answer on how to maintain an open and welcoming environment, but still secure your church operations. We will cover security culture, the importance of forming a safety committee, how to protect your perimeter, why a security assessment is needed, the importance of written policy and procedures, what to train your staff and volunteers on, and why a safety team is so important.

April 15, 2021

Securing Church Operations, A Seven-Step Plan for Ministry and Safety Leaders

In this breakout session, you will learn a seven-step plan for ministry and safety leaders. If you are just starting a safety program or have had […]
June 1, 2021

The Importance of Rigging Safety, Inspection, and Training

Join Eric Rouse, Director of Rigging and Training at EPS, for a chat about the importance of rigging training and inspections. With concert quality production becoming […]
June 18, 2021

Truss and Rigging Equipment Use – What Guidelines Do You Need to Be Following?

Using truss and chain hoists, or even just suspending lighting and video equipment from structures within your facility, you have a responsibility to ensure the equipment […]