Visit actsafeconference.ca to learn more and to register.

2020 Actsafe Entertainment Safety Conference
March 5–7, 2020
River Rock Casino Resort, Richmond, BC

Register now for the only conference in the Pacific Northwest focused on sharing knowledge about making arts and entertainment workplaces safer for workers and audiences alike!

  • 300 Delegates
  • 50+ 90-Min Sessions
  • 20 Tradeshow Exhibitors
  • Live Demonstrations
  • Social Events
  • Free Industry Training
  • 3 Full Days of Programming

In its fourth year in 2020, Actsafe’s annual conference expands to a third full day to include programming for the motion picture and television industry as well as the live events and performing arts industries.

Actsafe’s Entertainment Safety Conference (formerly Event Safety Conference) brings together a broad range of stakeholders from motion pictures and television, festivals and the performing arts, the music industry, venues and event production and venues, tourism, health and safety, education, municipalities, labour unions and beyond to network and learn about entertainment safety from a broad range of experts in their fields.

The conference will be jam-packed with over 50 informative sessions covering a range of topics pertaining to safety, health, and wellbeing with experts in their fields, live demonstrations, more than 20 tradeshow exhibitors, and social events.

BONUS: Registration also includes a free (non-transferrable) Industry Training course in Occupational First Aid (Level 1) or Firearm Safety (Level 1). Courses are held outside of conference dates.

Got a great idea for a presentation, panel discussion, roundtable, or interactive/hands-on demonstration? We want to hear from you! Session proposals are accepted until December 20.

Those who work in the areas of security, public safety, production and event planning, and audience services won’t want to miss this: For the third year running Actsafe is thrilled to welcome back UK-based crowd safety expert Eric Stuart of Gentian Events Ltd. to present his popular two-day Crowd Safety Workshop on March 3–4. This workshop is a sell-out every year, so register early to avoid disappointment. Details at actsafeconference.ca/crowd-safety-workshop.