Responding to Medical Emergencies in Your Theater

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Medical Emergencies in Your Theater Don’t Have to be a Nightmare

Medical emergencies, they come without warning and can happen anywhere. Heart attack, stroke, seizures, inability to walk, loss of sight, anything can happen. Movie theaters and cinemas aren’t immune to the possibility just because they are family friendly past time. Prepare your staff for responding to medical emergencies in your theater with these tips. Read More

Protecting Your Theater Against Liability

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3 Effective Tools to Mitigate Liability

Merriam-Webster defines liability as, “the state of being legally responsible for something.” Liability can be costly and hard to manage, especially in an industry where so many people gather at once like a movie theater. Protecting your theater from liability does not have to be difficult and with the tips below you will be off to a great start to protecting your theater. Keep reading to learn how to mitigate liability for you cinema.  Read More

Cost Effective Safety for Your Movie Theater

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risk assessments4 Tips to Cut Down on Security Costs

Movie theaters have faced a lot of criticism over safety and security protocols in the past few years, in part because the environment is so open with minimal access control and lack of a security mindset. Many theaters though have shifted their thinking and their procedures to include some additional safety features that help keep their moviegoers safe from harm.  Below are some ways you can increase theater safety on a budget by using some of the resources you may already have available and with low cost help like risk assessments.  Read More

The Communication Tool Your Theater is Missing

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Top 3 Uses for Rapid Responder Easy Alert

Rapid Responder Easy Alert is an internal communication tool that provides unmatched communication between key theater staff and security personnel during any type of incident or emergency. Easy Alert quickly sends an alert to all designated personnel with 2 clicks, notifying them of an incident. Learn 3 ways Easy Alert can be used in your movie theater for increased preparedness and a more efficient response to emergencies.  Read More

Don’t Miss Your Mark with Unrealistic Safety Goals

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Safety Goals Should be Challenging, Yet Realistic & Attainable

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Goals give us something to strive towards, which is often times motivating, helping us to meet goals and make new ones. Just like people, organizations need goals too, specifically safety goals. These goals need to be challenging for your organization, but they also need to be realistic. Having unrealistic goals will not only prevent you from meeting those goals, but it may also negatively affect some safety efforts that are already in place. Carefully crafting goals for your organization is essential to ongoing safety. Read More

Time Change Brings Security Changes to Your Theater

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time changeEmbrace Change for Increased Security

Daylight Savings is much anticipated after brutal winters and less sunshine. Since time changes twice a year, it is a good indicator of when to do routine safety checks and security procedures. Many fire departments for instance urge their community to check and replace batteries in smoke detectors and expiration dates of fire extinguishers. Today however, we are going to give you 3 ways to alter your theater’s security with the twice yearly time change for increased safety. Read More

After Action Reviews

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After Action ReviewsPreparing Your Organization for the Next Incident

An After Action Review (AAR), is commonly used by the military and according to the Harvard Business Review is, “A method for extracting from one event or project and applying them to others.” For instance, if during your past fire drill, exit doors were not closed after everyone evacuated, you recognize that as a shortcoming and next time you have a fire drill, someone is in charge of securing those inner perimeter doors before evacuating themselves. You took an instance from one event and applied it to the next event. After Action Reviews are critical to the continuation of safety and security for any facility and enables organizations to continue striving toward a safer environment. Read More

Use the Environment to Your Advantage

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Increase Theater Safety with Environmental Design

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Movie theaters draw large crowds which shifts the safety focus to inside the building, but unsafe conditions are likely to happen outside your theater as well. Whether an emergency inside forces patrons out, or a situation outside, there are ways to use the environment to your advantage and increase safety and security not only for the outside of your facility, but also inside. Today we are going to give you 5 ways you can increase theater safety through environmental design. Read More

All Eyes Are On You: Ways to Prevent Piracy at Your Theater

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6 Ways to Deter & Catch Movie Thieves

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Piracy and movie theft is a growing problem for theater owners and managers, and mitigation is critical to continuation of business and profit. Reducing piracy and theft must first start with training for staff and a standard policy for violators and law breakers. Below are 6 ways you can prevent movie theft and piracy at your theater. Read More

Hostile Situation Responses

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How Creating Distance & Barriers in Your Theater Can be Beneficial

Active shooter scenarios are not the only time in which theater owners or employees may find themselves in a hostile situation and when creating emergency plans, must prepare for a variety of incidents. Many theaters are just now updating their security measures and since metal detectors aren’t usually used, employees don’t know who may have a weapon. Train your theater staff on how to respond if a hostile situation starts and how to stay safe. Read More