Working as a tour manager or CDL driver and don’t know how to conduct a site check? I have included a quick checklist below.
- Request the Run of Show(ROS) from the account manager at least 24 hours prior
- Review the ROS and ask any and a
- ll questions
- Upon arriving in-market, reach out to the onsite contact to schedule a day and time prior to the activation to conduct a site check
- When conducting a site check be sure to account for large vehicles and assets by:
- Checking the drive route prior
- Verifying the load in-load out entry points
- Walking the event footprint and measuring to ensure it will accommodate all event assets
- Collect any credentials from the contact
- Ask for an emergency evacuation plan
- Receive clarification on staff parking, entry, and any legal formalities
- Ensure the venue has provided all resources (power, asset storage, etc.)
- Clarify event hours and identify any consumer causes for concern
- Ensure the account manager has provided you with all insurance as well as liability waivers.
- Communicate any changes to the agency or account manager in a timely manner.
If you’re a tour manager or CDL driver, it’s important to know how to conduct a site check. Make sure to use this quick checklist to make sure everything is in order before your event.