To make the impact envisioned, we understood that a collaborative approach was needed to deliver tangible results for the venues & businesses we work alongside. Our programme has partnered with a range of experts in the fields of Risk Management, Survivor Support & Community innovation.

We are proudly partnered with….


RSM UK officially partnered with Safer Dance in early 2021, after taking a keen interest in its Sexual Harassment Reduction Framework. RSM is a leading provider of risk advisory services, providing Safer Dance with a holistic suite of guidance and tools to manage the risks to both customers and staff in music venues and nightclubs. RSM’s risk management technology, www.insight4grc.com, coupled with our risk management consultancy team, provides the backbone which enables Safer Dance to deliver its ambition to future-proof the night-time economy and improve safety for everyone.

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We are a group of people in the Dance Music Industry who are fighting for change in an industry that has been cloaked in sexual abuse from its infancy.

By sharing our own stories and those of other survivors in the industry we can raise awareness and combat a culture of silence that turns a blind eye to the presence of violence and abuse.

MeToo are actively campaigning for drastic change within nightclubs, venues, and festivals across the globe. With an open letter receiving 5,000 pledges. Safer.Dance will work closely with those venues/operators who actively want to make a difference to our culture alongside a host of campaign activities to champion safer spaces for everyone.

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RSVP believe that everyone deserves a life free from sexual abuse and offer practical and emotional support to anyone that needs it.

They offer one-to-one counselling, Independent Sexual Violence Advocacy, group support, helpline support, self-help resources and specialist support for LGBT survivors, asylum-seekers and sex workers.

For further information please visit their website.

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Subtle Speaks

Founding partners of Safer.Dance - Subtle Speaks CIC is an organisation focused on developing Recruitment & Wellbeing projects that aims to improve the lives of young people.

In late 2019 Subtle Speaks began its work alongside Safer.Dance assisting the continual research & business development of the project. Subtle Speaks plays a fundamental role in understanding nightlife culture through Founding Partners involvement & experiences with venues & festivals globally.

Birmingham City University

Safer Dance is partnered with Birmingham City Universities Music industries course. This partnership has enabled us to capture the voice of the music industries future leaders. We have delivered briefs for the Music Innovation module surrounding the issue of Nightlife Safety alongside creating and delivering a range of marketing materials including blogs, pamphlets and posters with first-third year students.

Safer Dance Co-Founder Sam Hennerley is a BCU alumni of the music industries course where he first brought the idea of a sexual harassment reduction framework to life in for his final major project.

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Licensing Savi

‘The Licensing Security & Vulnerability Initiative (Licensing SAVI), is a police-led initiative, launched to keep licensed premises safe for staff and customers, where a venue can gain a Star-Rating, Accreditation, and Award to help market the efforts taken to enhance safety and security.
YouGov research (Aug-Sept 2021) showed 39% of adults would more likely visit either a bar/pub or nightclub more if they felt safer and 32% of adults would more likely visit either a bar/pub or nightclub more if it had a Police Safety Award.

Licensing SAVI brings together all the information you need to meet the requirements of police and council licensing teams and promote the four Licensing Objectives.

More details can be found on our website and ‘Use promo code RSM to receive a 20% cost reduction’

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