Super Bowl Entertainer Security
The Super Bowl is a football event that brings thousands of individuals to a stadium wi
thexcitement of a game that may lead a favored team to victory. The Super Bowl is known for
going all out to make the event one to remember. Halftime shows feature world famous
singers. Bringing in these performers means that security needs to be aware of their
surroundings at all times. The New Orleans stadium held 72,000 viewers during their 2013
Super Bowl event, while at least 50,000 other fans were in the area at other venues. Planning to
protect an artist from over 120,000 fans is a difficult task. A risk assessment must be thorough
because there is no room for error. Our security team has been tasked to report on the
following events that may lead to danger for our Super Bowl halftime entertainer. The events
reported on will be a natural catastrophe, industrial disaster, civil disturbance, and criminality
The great city of New Orleans have been hit by some of the most catastrophic tropical storms and hurricanes. Hurricane Katrina smashed into the Gulf Coast of the United States on August 26, 2005. Hurricane Katrina damage was horrendous to the central Gulf Coastal states and the city of New Orleans. The New Orleans levee broke which led to massive flooding in the city, many houses, and lives were lost ("History Of Disasters", n.d.). The Security Administrator has been tasked with providing security for the halftime entertainer performing at the super bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Security Administrator must make sure that the entertainer is safe from human and natural threats.
This risk assessment is of natural catastrophe occurrence that can pose a threat and mitigation for the threat. According to Natural Disaster (n.d.), natural disaster is a catastrophe caused by forces of nature not by forces of man. The threat of hurricanes is the major...