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Could your Christmas party turn into a disaster?

As we approach the end of the year, it is common for businesses to organise an end of year social event for all staff. But to ensure that no one gets hurt and the event is enjoyed by all, there are some simple steps that you should put in place.

By Michael Selinger

As we approach the end of the year, it is common for businesses to organise an end of year social event for all staff. But to ensure that no one gets hurt and the event is enjoyed by all, there are some simple steps that you should put in place.

Manage alcohol

There is no doubt that irresponsible alcohol consumption has led to some unsafe activities at end of year functions. So what should we do to manage the risks caused by this very well-known and foreseeable risk?

As you plan your end of year event, you should:

Check out the function centre

If you have never used a particular function site before, make sure that you are satisfied that:

You’re sure to have a safe and incident-free end of year function that can be enjoyed by all your staff if you follow these steps.

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