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Football and Stadium Management April - May 2018 Contents

1

Tottenham Hotspur selects Schneider Electric as Stadium Energy Management Supplier

Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has secured a long-term supplier contract with Tottenham Hotspur (‘Spurs’) to become the Official Stadium Management Supplier to the Club’s new state-of-the-art stadium in North London.

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2

Event Stewarding: keeping everyone in the crowd safe

Protecting people and assets is at the heart of every security team’s mission, and event stewarding is key in managing the risks associated with crowd safety. Only those operating to British and International standards provide organisations and members of the public with the necessary reassurance of capability to manage that risk in stadiums. In the case of event stewarding, the requirements of the British Standard BS 8406, and operating a quality management system to ISO 9001, show competence and commitment to service development.

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3

Don’t let a poor power strategy interrupt the ‘beautiful game’

Power outages like the one that led to the hour-long delay to a match between Premier League football teams Stoke City and West Ham can have an impact that goes beyond a few disgruntled fans.

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4

Stewarding for 2018 and beyond

Violent protests at West Ham showed the ugly face of the beautiful game. John Newsham, Business Development Manager of the Football Safety Officers Association, says it’s now time systems are streamlined to support the stewards expected to cope with protests and much more.

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5

How Digital Giving Can Drive A Win-Win For Football Clubs

In collaboration with Pennies ‘Digital Charity Box’ Retail & Sports Systems are transforming the way clubs and their fans contribute to local causes and charities.

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6

MM60 is key for Leeds Rhinos

Ryan Golding, head groundsman at the Emerald Headingley Stadium – home to Leeds Rhinos rugby league and Yorkshire Carnegie rugby union clubs, believes that Limagrain’s MM60 grass seed has been integral to the success of the pitch.

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7

GDPR - are you ready?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on the 25th May 2018. It is EU legislation and therefore affects all 28 member countries including the UK, despite Brexit. If and when the UK leaves the EU, GDPR will be replaced by UK legislation that is likely to be almost identical – this is the Data Protection Bill 2017, which is currently passing through Parliament. Even after Brexit, all companies doing business with the EU and handling the personal data of EU residents, will still be required to comply with all the terms of GDPR.

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8

The importance of maintaining your UPS to avoid a critical power outage mid-match

Leo Craig, general manager of Riello explains why the regular maintenance of your Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) unit could avert disaster if a power failure occurs during a match.

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