Guide to working at UK venues

AEV to improve working environment

Gwen Kaufmann, m+a - Friday, September 6, 2019    


With the ambition of creating a clearly defined working environment for organisers, exhibitors and supplier companies working at UK venues, the Association of Event Venues AEV has published its 2019 edition of the eGuide. The document conveys the best advice, guidance and regulations pertaining to working at UK venues. It has been written and compiled over the last 12 months with input from the 10 working groups (five of which contain AEO and ESSA members), the AEV eGuide Working Group and finalised by the AEV eGuide Sub-Committee. This latest edition features 24 sections which have been reviewed, with 22 sections containing amendments, additions, tweaks and venue-specific rule updates. Rachel Parker, director of the AEV, commented, "All 2011 and 2012 'last reviewed' sections have been updated. We're extremely grateful for the persistence and hard work of the eGuide Working Group and Sub-Committee to get this 2019 edition ready for publication." The contents of the eGuide are continuously reviewed by the AEV eGuide Working Group which meets twice yearly, ensuring it is relevant and pertinent to the industry.



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