Develop a detailed security checklist for site inspections and RFPs, including items such as smoke detectors and automated defibrillators. Assess the worst area of the hotel. If the back stairwells are littered with cigarette butts, it's not a good sign. Consider the cost of security in relation to other meeting functions. (We'll spend $100 per person for a dinner, but not $15 to keep them safe?) Make sure that you're hooked into the hotel's security. Since fire alarms, for example, ...

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