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27 - 29 SEP 2011


 

seminars

EuroAmusementShow 2004
Paris 13-16 January 2004

Tuesday, 13th. January

Back Stage Tour – Space Mountain
(Ref. 110)

Take a behind the scenes look at one of Disneyland’s most popular attractions, the Space Mountain indoor roller coaster. EAASI, in conjunction with the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, has arranged for up to 15 people to have a guided tour of the working of this major ride and to learn more about how it is operated and what makes it “tick.”
Date and time: 13th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticketed event, min 10 max 50 people
Supporting publication: InterPark

Back Stage Tour – Rock ‘n’ Roller coaster
(Ref. 120)

A chance to visit the Walt Disney Studios park for a behind the scenes look at the Rock ‘n’ Roll coaster. Organised by EAASI in conjunction with the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, up to 15 attendees will be guided around this major ride attraction for an in depth study of its operation.
Date and time: 13th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticketed event, min 10 max 50 people
Supporting publication: Park World

Safety standards – looking for a worldwide standard (Ref. 330)
Get updated on the current position regarding European and international safety standards and legislation with representatives of the principal organisations involved. CEN TC 152 President Michele Bertazzon will highlight the European pre-standard prEN 13814, while attendees will also be able to learn about the American ASTM and Russian Gosst standards from expert speakers. The question of a possible ISO standard will also come under scrutiny.
Date and time: 13th January 2003 at 9:00 AM
Language: English,
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Moderator of the seminar: Mr.
Michele Bertazzon, President, technical committee CEN TC 152.
Speakers: Mike Withers - Walt Disney Imagineering, ASTM Members,
CEN and GOSSTANDART Experts, International and National Standardisation Bodies

Supporting publication: Kirmes & Park Revue, Coin Slot

Attractions Industry Forum: One Voice
(Ref. 400)

The true value of the parks and attractions sector to the tourism industry as a whole is rarely recognised by local and national governments and associated bodies. This session will bring together many of the relevant trade associations to discuss this problem with an aim of joining together as “one voice” to ensure the industry’s opinions and concerns are heard more effectively where it really matters.

All the national and international associations of parks, showmen, waterparks and manufacturers are invited to the Forum

Date and time: 13th January 2003 at 10:00 AM
Language:
French, English, German, Italian.
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Moderator of the seminar:
Mr. Emmanuel Mongon
Supporting publication: all seminar sponsoring publications.

Disabled people want to ride too!
(Ref. 370)

The law in many countries now dictates that people with disabilities should be allowed access to all types of rides and attractions. As park operators look to accommodate these regulations, while at the same time ensuring safety issues are not compromised, this session will look at ways of facilitating access to attractions for visitors with disabilities, as well as the responsibilities facing the operators themselves.
Date and time: 13th January 2003 at 11:00 AM
Language:
English
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Moderator: GianAntonio Masin, member of CEN/TC 152 WG1
Speakers: Greg Hale - Walt Disney Park and Resorts; Tom Sheehan - AIMS.
Supporting publications: Amusement Today, Park World.


Wednesday, 14th. January

Back Stage Tour – Space Mountain
(Ref. 110)

Take a behind the scenes look at one of Disneyland’s most popular attractions, the Space Mountain indoor roller coaster. EAASI, in conjunction with the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, has arranged for up to 15 people to have a guided tour of the working of this major ride and to learn more about how it is operated and what makes it “tick.”
Date and time: 14th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticketed event, min 10 max 50 people
Supporting publication: InterPark

Back Stage Tour – Rock ‘n’ Roller coaster
(Ref. 120)

A chance to visit the Walt Disney Studios park for a behind the scenes look at the Rock ‘n’ Roll coaster. Organised by EAASI in conjunction with the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, up to 15 attendees will be guided around this major ride attraction for an in depth study of its operation.
Date and time: 14th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticketed event, min 10 max 50 people
Supporting publication: Park World

Adventure play – safety in your FEC
(Ref. 360)
The family entertainment centre phenomena continues to spread across the globe, highlighting as it does a variety of operational issues, including safety, as it embraces a wider marketplace. But what are the main safety related problems for FEC operators to tackle and what are the differences and similarities between safety in FECs and in major parks?
Date and time: 14th January 2003 at 9:00 AM
Language: French
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Speakers: Bertrand Coulomb, President, Gamins & Cie (FEC).
Session sponsor: SPI (Europe) Ltd.
Supporting publication: L’Inter Forain.

Park catering – a question of taste
(Ref. 210)

It’s a well-known fact that secondary spend on catering is a vital element of “the bottom line” for any park or attraction facility. Here, our expert speakers provide their ideas and opinions on how to tantalise your guests’ taste buds for more profit.
Date and time: 14th January 2003 at 10:00 AM
Language: French, English, German.
Admittance free of charge, up to 100 people
Speakers: Georges Garcin, Hotellerie; Marc Robinot, Disneyland Resort Paris; Michele Massironi, lawyer – University Professor.
Session sponsor: Barilla Food Service.
Supporting publication: Attractions Management.

The Amusement park market: an investment opportunity? (Ref. 220)
What opportunities are there for corporations looking to enter the theme park market? Experts from research company Nomisma talk about the possibilities from an economic point of view, representatives from Baustudio will discuss the design criteria imperative for a successful new park, while park industry enthusiasts group Parksmania will deliberate the question from the public’s perspective.
Date and time: 14th January 2003 at 10:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Speakers: Stefano Stanzani Nomisma; Franco Barazzoni, Baustudio; Massimiliano Freddi, Parksmania.
Supporting publication: Attractions Management.

FECs – a profit health check
(Ref. 230)

Family entertainment centres continue to open up throughout the world, but is there genuine reason for optimism in the sector and a chance for some real profits and profit growth? And what is the best way to go about investing in the sector?
Date and time: 14th January 2003 at 11:00 AM
Language: French
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Speaker: Bertrand Coulomb, President, Gamins & Cie (FEC).
Supporting publications: L’Inter Forain, InterGame, Lo Spettacolo Viaggiante.


Thursday, 15th. January

Back Stage Tour – Space Mountain
(Ref. 110)

Take a behind the scenes look at one of Disneyland’s most popular attractions, the Space Mountain indoor roller coaster. EAASI, in conjunction with the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, has arranged for up to 15 people to have a guided tour of the working of this major ride and to learn more about how it is operated and what makes it “tick.”
Date and time: 15th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticketed event, min 10 max 50 people
Supporting publication: InterPark

Back Stage Tour – Rock ‘n’ Roller coaster
(Ref. 120)

A chance to visit the Walt Disney Studios park for a behind the scenes look at the Rock ‘n’ Roll coaster. Organised by EAASI in conjunction with the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, up to 15 attendees will be guided around this major ride attraction for an in depth study of its operation.
Date and time: 15th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticketed event, min 10 max 50 people
Supporting publication: Park World

Visitor behaviour – the public’s responsibilities
(Ref. 320)

The behaviour and actions of some guests in parks, particularly on rides, can often create situations that are potentially dangerous, both to the person/persons involved and those around them. Rider responsibility is a key subject of discussion within the industry, but what are the consequences for guests, ride operators, managers and park owners when things go wrong?
Date and time: 15th January 2003 at 9:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Moderator: Gianni Chiari, EAASI operative secretary,
Speakers: Greg Hale, Walt Disney Park and Resorts; Tom Sheehan, AIMS; Giorgio Caramori, expert in Machinery Directive and Product Liability.
Supporting publications: InterPark, Amusement Today.

Wet fun – keeping water parks safe
(Rif. 350)

The water park market maintains its global expansion, while the rides and attractions within them continue to provide new thrills and adventure. As always, safety is a key issue at such facilities, but how can operators ensure the safety of guests without encroaching on the amount of fun they have? Luciano Pareschi, manager of Aqualandia in Italy reveals his philosophy for keeping his visitors safe.
Date and time: 15th January 2003 at 10:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Moderator: GianAntonio Masin Member of CEN/TC 152 WG1
Speaker: Luciano Pareschi, Aqualandia.
Supporting publication: Leisure Professional.

Eurocertification – a voluntary scheme?
(Ref. 340)

With an ever-increasing amount of park and fairground equipment moving around Europe today, the case for a certification scheme for equipment to cover the whole of the European Union, and possibly further afield, has never been stronger. Members of the European Inspection Control Body will debate the predicament and suggest possible solutions.
Date and time: 15th January 2003 at 11:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Moderator: Gianni Chiari, EAASI operative secretary,
Speakers: Kees Bakker, DNV; Garry Fawcett, Wilson Consultants: Alfred Ruberg, RWTÜV; Reiner Thoss, TÜV Thuringen; Peter Leutenstorfer, TÜV Suddeutchland; Vincenzo Delacqua, ICIM.
Supporting publication: Kirmes & Park Revue.


Friday, 16th. January

Back Stage Tour – Stunt Show
(Ref. 130)
A chance to learn more about the thrilling spectacle of the Stunt Show in Walt Disney Studios. Let the Disney Imagineering department of Disneyland® Resort Paris, show you how the thrills and spills of the highly entertaining live show are achieved.
Date and time: 16th January 2004 at 8:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance: Ticket
for Disney Parks needed, up to 3000 people
Supporting publication: Attractions Management.

A certification case study – the Sling Shot
(Ref. 310)

Germany’s TÜV Theuringen takes a look at the verification process for a major new attraction, covering aspects such as stress on the structure and on the passengers, and the process of “comparing notes” with the manufacturer.
Date and time: 16th January 2003 at 11:00 AM
Language: English
Admittance free of charge, max 50 people
Speaker: Reiner Thoss, TÜV Thuringen.
Supporting publication: Leisure Professional.

 

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