Safety Tips When Planning a Party at Home

>> Feb 28, 2018



Hosting a party at home can be guaranteed fun. You can turn the comfort of your home into a vibrant, fun-filled place where people can mingle and have a good time. But regardless of the type of home party it is – whether it's a birthday bash, a retirement dinner, or an anniversary celebration – there can be risks and dangers involved.
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As the host planning the party, you need to have extra precautions to ensure the safety of your guests. Here are several safety tips when planning a party at home.

Personal and Community Security

  •  If you expect possible noise disturbance during your party, inform your local neighborhood authorities.
  •  Make the guest list clear. If it is an exclusive event, ensure that you have people who are in charge of turning gatecrashers away. If it is an open home event, there should still be precautions for possible criminal elements.
  • Lock away your valuables. Mobile phones, laptops, cameras, and other expensive gadgets and branded possessions are attractive to thieves. Stow them somewhere safe. You should also have a coat room, and a locked room for valuables, for guests who would like to keep their belongings some place clean and secure.
  • Prepare ready access to a phone with the emergency service numbers listed. It should be both visible and accessible by any of the guests.
  • Make sure you have insurance.
  • All accessible areas should have good lighting.

Personal Health and Safety

  • Plan for the number of people attending. There should be sufficient supply of food, non-alcoholic drinks, and toilets.
  • Access to open space is also important. While parties are naturally crowded, guests should be able to breathe and relax when they need to. 
  • As the host, anticipate a night partying sober. It's your responsibility to ensure the safety of others.
  • Create a designated smoking area and secure any out-of-bounds areas. These may include potential hazards like a deep pool, BBQs, and open grills.
  • Take extra precautions to ensure no one drives drunk or is left unattended anywhere. You can designate select friends as sober guardians and watchers. 

Home Party Planning with Experts
Leave a good impression of your home and your hosting skills. Anticipate a great party, but also prepare for the worst. Working with event planners can give you a clear picture of potential risks and threats that you might have otherwise missed.

Aside from risk assessment, event planners can help you in overall planning and management. Contact an event planner today!

Written by bleu events, one of the top event planners Columbia, MO has to offer.

2 komentar:

Ifrod Maksum February 28, 2018 at 7:34 PM  

gagal fokus neng, jangankan paham, baca aja gak bisa bahasa planet ginian. tapi tuk iklan di sidebar banyak banget, sukses ya neng !!!

Dody Purwanto March 5, 2018 at 10:19 AM  

Party in Javanesse culture called "Mbarang Gawe", it's usually show a local Dangdut or campusari musician.

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