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Venue Peer Collaboration and Support

April 10, 2024

The group enthusiastically discussed the potential of peer-led resources and support by creating a bigger network of Perth venues engaged in Safer Venues initiatives.

WhatsApp, Facebook and message groups are identified as existing support tools within the venue management community network in their local areas, so that teams can communicate and alert other local venues when they identify at-risk patrons.

This community structure was further discussed in how it could be applied with the Safer Venues network. All participants agreed that having more venues in the training program could create a network of peers looking to improve their respective venues, furthering the positive impacts of group discussions and workshopping ideas and experiences. They strongly recommended more venues participate in the training to create a network of ‘accredited’ trained teams into a communication stream together for future networking events and opportunities.



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