All events and venues will need to provide risk assessments ahead of Brighton Fringe 2021. These risk assessments will need to take into consideration keeping everyone safe during the pandemic: performers, staff and audiences. They will also need to take into consideration all the regular risks associated with putting on a performance (trip hazards, fire, sharp objects etc.)
You can find a blank template risk assessment here and there's some guidance on creating risk assessments in our COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidance document here. If you're a participant, we'll also be providing a blank template risk assessment in Eventotron that you can download and edit.
If you're a venue manager, you should check out our Fringe Academy: Creating a COVID-19 Risk Assessment with Hybred Consultancy.
PLEASE NOTE: Brighton Fringe asks for provision of Risk Assessments, but will be not be assessing or approving these documents. It is up to individual participants and venues to ensure COVID-safety compliance in line with most up to date government guidance.
The deadline for uploading risk assessments to Eventotron is 2 April 2021.