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Summer Edition of Protocol

posted on 8:51 AM, July 18, 2016
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The Summer edition of Protocol is now in the mail!

You can also take a look online at: http://bit.ly/29W9JRU or learn more about Protocol at http://bit.ly/2ah97dY.

This issue highlights include:

  • Michael Harris shares how the CITT/ICTS through their Rendez-vous and Expo-Scène events bring the Canadian event technology industry together. Read the article here: http://bit.ly/29W0KCl
  • In “Run, Hide, Fight!” Steven Adelman discusses why the current version of this training doesn’t work for live events, and how we can to do better.
  • Dr. Kevin Kloesel addresses human comfort and life safety issues related to heat—the silent killer—a concern during the summer outdoor season for all to understand.
  • Protocol reviews the book Event Security: A Culture of Responsibility: A German contribution to the safety discussion for readers.
  • ESTA’s Business Resource Group will present “Hiring Independent Contractors vs. Employees: Understand the Difference or Pay the Consequences” in an October session at LDI—read why everyone needs to be knowledgeable about this employment law topic.
  • And, much more!

Protocol is now available as a free app for your smartphone; whether you have an iPhone,  iPad, or any Android device, you can now read the latest editions whenever you want and wherever you are. Visit http://estalink.us/protocolapp, click on the corresponding device in this text or search “Protocol Journal” in the iTunes App Store / Google Play Store. Let us know what you think!

We hope you enjoy your new edition of Protocol and, as always, we would appreciate any feedback and suggestions that you can email to  or call 503-291-5143.

Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ProtocolMag to receive ongoing updates in between editions!

You will see Protocol at NATEAC, in addition to CITT/ICTS Rendez-vous, the PLASA show, and PLASA Rigging Conference!

As always, thank you for your support.

Beverly Inglesby, Jackie Tien, and the Protocol Team

 

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