Leadership Resources Events Planning Funding Your Event On the Day of Your Event Planning a Society Trip Planning a Speaker Event Planning Your Event Risk Assessing Your Event Spending Money on Your Event Submit Ticket Request Submitting Your Event Washing Up Your Event Marketing Your Event Finance Committee Support Brexit Elections and Handover Society Stash Society Storage and Post Marketing your Society Health and Safety Resources Committee Leadership Who Represents You? Freshers' Week Society of the Month Start a Society Support Events Spotlight Request List of Societies Society Awards On the day of your event you may have a number of things to do, including setting up decorations or confirming bookings, however there are a few other things you need to consider: Identify at least one committee member to be ‘lead’ for the event, if an incident occurs at the event, they’ll be responsible for recording and reporting it If your event involves alcohol, at least two committee members must remain sober. These should be decided ahead of the event and the committee members should be aware of their role, one of them should be the ‘event lead’ Check over the risk assessment to see if the magnitude of any of the risks posed by the previously identified hazards have changed Are there any new hazards to consider? If any new hazards have been introduced these need to be assessed as well as the risk level of any of the previously identified hazards. It is vital that you make any necessary changes to ensure your event is safe for members to attend. If your risk assessment requires any information to be displayed on the day, such as allergen information or a photography disclaimer, this will need to be actioned by the event lead, otherwise the risk assessment is invalid.