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Football and Stadium Management October - November 2017 contents

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Forward thinking waste management processes for the Sports & Entertainment Sector

As with any business, maintaining efficient and robust waste management practises can only be of benefit in achieving maximum recycling and landfill diversion as well as cost savings; GPT Waste Management explain how any facility looking to improve, develop or enhance their overall waste management process can do exactly that, whilst also implementing simple and security conscious logistics.

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Defending The Perimeter Of Stadiums And Event Venues

After the recent devastating attack that took place at the Manchester Arena in May, protecting stadiums has become a major priority for event organisers and site managers. With hostile vehicles increasingly becoming the new tool to carry out attacks, Iain Moran, high security consultant of ATG Access, details how perimeter security measures can help to protect our cities’ event venues.

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Communications is Key to Safety

With the threat level for International terrorism in the UK currently wavering between severe and critical stadium and events managers and their security teams are on high alert to ensure the safety of all visitors. In the last 18 months alone we have seen a sharp rise in attacks within crowded areas and vehicles specifically becoming the new weapon of choice for terrorists, causing maximum destruction with minimal effort. Attacks in Paris, Barcelona, London, Manchester and Stockholm have all targeted crowded areas, emphasising the requirement to protect public places without impacting upon everyday life.

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Your Industry – Your Show

Registration for SALTEX 2017 is now open

Those associated with the daily operations of stadia and arena management or the maintenance of sports surfaces or facilities, will have the opportunity to learn from the industry’s leading opinion formers, further their career prospects and see new products and services from prominent suppliers when SALTEX opens its doors at the NEC, Birmingham on November 1 and 2.

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RICOH Arena’s energy-efficient LED upgrade enhances flexibility of use for the renowned Coventry events venue

A pioneer in the world of sport, business and entertainment, this world-class destination has provided a catalyst for urban regeneration and economic development since it opened in 2005. In order to maintain its advantage and reputation for incorporating the most efficient technologies, the exhibition hall recently underwent a lighting upgrade designed to meet an increased range of customer requirements as it expands into new exhibitions, cultural and sporting events.

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Replay saves the day at Hull YPI Lawn Tennis Club and restore courts to ‘as new’ conditions

Hull YPI Lawn Tennis Club has combated severely compacted and contaminated sand-filled artificial courts with the help of synthetic specialists Replay Maintenance. Formed in 1906, and once the largest tennis club in Europe, it offers players a mixture of artificial and natural grass courts. The 3 artificial surfaces had suffered because of minimal maintenance taking place and led Pippa Munzer, and her fellow committee members, to take the decision in April to call in help to bring them back to safe and playable conditions.

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National initiative launched to install lifesaving defibrillators at grassroots and amateur football clubs in England

WEL Medical has partnered with the BHF in their national campaign with The FA to install lifesaving defibrillators at grassroots and amateur football clubs throughout England. At least three fatalities occurred during football matches or training this year in England due to cardiac arrest, including former England international Ugo Ehiogu, who tragically died whilst working as a coach at Tottenham Hotspur FC.

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