1. Food Safety for fundraising events
Sausage sizzles, cake stalls and other food-related events are great way to raise funds and highlight their cause at the same time. Volunteers who work at fundraisers need to know how to handle food safely, because food that is mishandled can cause harm.
Click here to download the pocketbook guide for food safety requirements developed by Queensland Health Australia.
2. 15 Safety & Security tips
Looking for church security best practices? Tithe.ly explains 15 safety & security practices you need to follow to protect your church. Learn more here!
3. Church Health and Safety toolkit
Many churches host major services (for example, at Christmas or Easter time), concerts and public performances, as well as a diverse range of
fundraising events – Ecclesiastical UK have some great resources. Including the Keeping People Safe guide – Click to view
Planning is an essential part of event success. When planning your event it is important to remember that each event is different, from the type and number of people attending to the nature of the event. The Event Safety Checklist is a guide to many of the issues that must be considered when planning an event. Depending on the nature of your event some of these issues may require more detailed attention. Download the event safety Checklist
Safe events are well planned events – nothing should be left to chance.