Orderliness and Crowd Control Should be a Lifestyle…

Orderliness is the act of doing things in a peaceful manner. It is a state of being organized. It can also be defined as the act by which things are done in the proper, neat and systematic way. A situation where rules and regulations are obeyed and the authorities in charge are respected is called orderliness. If one says orderliness is a condition of regular or proper arrangement, it is also correct.

However, orderliness can be displayed in various ways such as;

  • Be calm and peaceful
  • Time keeping or schedule adherence
  • Good listening skills to avoid misinformation, misunderstanding, embarrassments and mistakes
  • Cultivating queuing-up culture to avoid disorderliness, disrespect and fights
  • Decorum behaviour while instructions are being given which promotes a polite environment
  • Dressing properly for the right occasion

Disorderliness can create confusion, arguments and misunderstanding. It can portray a bad image of you or your organization. It can also lead to health issues and fatalities. Having orderliness as your lifestyle promotes the following;

  • Peace in the society
  • Self-discipline and self- organization
  • Saves time
  • Stress-free routines and tasks
  • Good Impression and appearance

To produce an effective and result-oriented event, crowd control is a necessity. Therefore, the possible challenges as well as the constraints that will be encountered under different settings and environment must be understood and analyzed. The guiding principle for crowd control should be managing demand- supply gap through controlling the crowd inflow and regulating the crowd at the venue and controlling the outflow to avoid stampedes.

There are ways the issue of Crowding can be controlled such as;

  • Risk analysis and preparedness- identify the threats and causes
  • Risk assessment and planning
  • Developing a course of action and executing the plan
  • Information Management and Dissemination
  • Working with all the stakeholder, NGOs and service providers involved from start to finish
  •  Monitoring and evaluating the action plan
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