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Football and Stadium Management December - January 2018 Contents

1

Swansea City and Ospreys secure new stadium lease

Swansea City have secured a new deal with the City of Swansea Council to lease their Liberty Stadium. Swansea have played at the stadium since 2005 will now pay the local authority £300,000 per year for a 37-year period.

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2

Health checks on users of crumb rubber pitches is insufficient, study finds

Sports stars and amateur players who play on crumb rubber pitches could be at risk from a "remarkable" lack of occupational health checks, according to a new paper from the University of Stirling.

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3

The knotweed problem – is your stadium prepared?

The UK’s Japanese knotweed crisis has hit papers again following the EU failure to reach a decision on the renewal of herbicide Glyphosate. David Layland, Joint Managing Director of Japanese Knotweed Control and co-author of the new Code of Practice for the Management of Japanese Knotweed, explains how pitches and stadiums can be kept clear of infestations.

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4

Cirencester Town Football Club, Gloucestershire

With the financial disparity between football’s elite and the sport’s grassroots levels continuing to widen, non-league clubs such as Cirencester Town FC, are constantly searching for new ways to make them-selves sustainable. For the EVO-STIK League South club, this meant exploring the benefits of the latest technology for their new pitch – from top to bottom.

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5

LDS find a water leak in 1 day that baffled many at Hillsborough Stadium for 3 years!

UK’s No 1 Specialists in Leak Detection. We have saved businesses thousands of pounds by accurately locating leaks. We use non-destructive methods which means minimal disruption and damage to your business. With our experience, you can trust LDS to find your leak.

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6

Comment on the FSA future of food regulation report

The Food Standards Agency has published its plans for the future of food regulation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – plans which will radically change the way food safety and food standards are regulated.

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7

What drives new health and safety programmes?

A terrible incident with injury or loss of life, a compliance drive, or simply a desire to refresh employee engagement? Whatever the reason, robust health and safety programmes and processes, demonstrate an organisations’ corporate governance and should engage and motivate entire workforces, ensuring the basic health and safety of staff. This is still a vision that many businesses fail to see tangible value in.

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8

SALTEX 2017 – The Best Yet

SALTEX 2017 has been hailed as a huge success. A year’s worth of meticulous and strategic planning from show organisers culminated in what is being hailed by many as the best ever SALTEX.

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