Safety measures in dance schools

I have observed with some surprise, the lack of safety consciousness displayed by some teachers on social media in regard to the need for COVID-19 compliant safety measures in their studios. I would like to add a note of caution to those who feel that just the minimum safety requirements (or none at all) will do… they won’t.

Many of you may feel that the safety measures advised by the government cover you against all legal eventualities, which may be true. However, this shouldn’t be your main concern; there are far more deep-seated reasons to be ultra-safe during the present pandemic.

I cover this and more in my most recent article for the International Dance Teachers Association (IDTA).

Read the full article here

Professor Chris Kemp, CEO of Mind Over Matter Consultancy is known throughout the world as an expert on crowded space, leadership and the development of risk analysis processes for venues/ events. He has addressed the House of Commons Select Committee on Olympic Security for the London 2012 Olympic Games, advised the Royal Society of Medicine on crush injuries, and was employed by the HSE as their crowded space expert for the London Olympics. Chris has worked on major events including the Pope’s visit to Romania, the European Football Championships, and the Commonwealth Games, and supported the British Olympic Coaching Team. Chris is well published and has written several books.