Crowd related injuries can occur during special sales and promotional events. In 2008, a worker died at the opening of a "Black Friday" sale
Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing their workers with safe and healthy workplaces. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) encourages employers to adopt effective safety and health management systems to identify and eliminate work-related hazards, including those caused by large crowds at retail sales events
OSHA has prepared these guidelines to help employers and store owners avoid injuries during the holiday shopping season, or other events where large crowds may gather. Crowd management planning should begin in advance of events that are likely to draw large crowds, and crowd management, pre-event setup, and emergency situation management should be part of event planning. OSHA recommends that employers planning a large shopping event adopt a plan that includes the following elements. Click on the below link for more information.
12th Annual ULTA Beauty Charity Golf Outing & Day of Beauty being held on Thursday, September 15th
Tom Riggio-Protective Alliance and Dave Malefsky-Cambridge Security Services are proud to be participating in the 12th Annual ULTA Beauty Charity Golf Outing & Day of Beauty being held on Thursday, September 15th at the White Eagle Golf Club in Naperville, Illinois. Once again, ULTA is hosting this event in support of their longstanding partner, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), which has played a role in every major advancement in breast cancer research over the last 20 years.
Last year, close to $700,000 was raised through this event to end the fight against breast cancer. Because of the generosity of participants, this contributed greatly to the $3.6 million that Ulta Beauty raised for BCRF in total.