9th May 2024 –

Enhancing safety begins with risk assessment

CAVU Designwerks, the media-based attractions specialist, is hosting a webinar titled Ensuring Safe Thrills: A Deep Dive into Risk Assessment for Amusement Attractions, which is taking place on 30 May at 11 am ET.

Mark Stepanian, president of CAVU Designwerks will lead the session, which promises to provide valuable insights into the key components of risk assessment in the amusement park sector.

To register to attend the webinar, please click here.

Ensuring safety

Participants will learn how to identify on-board and off-board risks, conduct extensive hazard analyses, and execute effective risk mitigation strategies.

Stepanian says: “Our webinar aims to equip industry professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to uphold the highest safety standards in amusement attractions. By understanding the key steps in risk assessment, participants will be better equipped to ensure the safety and enjoyment of park visitors.”

The session will include:

  • Identifying on-board and off-board risks for attractions.
  • Assessing the hazard analysis procedures used by operators and manufacturers.
  • Examining design tools used to mitigate risk.
  • Key organisations and resources for current safety standards.

This webinar provides vital information for anybody working in the design, operation, or regulation of amusement attractions. Attendees will engage with experts in the field, ask questions, and gain insights into how to improve safety processes.

The session is an excellent opportunity to enhance your knowledge of risk assessment at attractions and ensure visitor safety.

CAVU Designwerks recently exhibited at IAAPA Expo 2023, which took place from 13 – 17 November, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Delegates could find out about the firm’s projects at both an educational session and one-to-one meetings.

Last year, the firm unveiled two new vehicles in its partnership with KUKA. The new additions to CAVU’s catalogue of self-driving vehicles (SDVs) are based on KUKA’s 1500 and 600 industrial platforms, which have been used to develop reliable, safe entertainment solutions.

Article first appeared on Blooloop.

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