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How To Manage Crowds at College Sporting Events - Article - Campus Safety Magazine

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Emergency planning, stadium security, and enforcing good spectator conduct through PA and video board announcements as well as a texting system will help keep your sporting events riot free.

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Good article that shows some insight on preparing for crowd control as well as controlling one of the main reasons for crowd issues, alcohol

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MSAC Institute Successful Sport Facility Management Workshop ...

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The program consists of 4 topics delivered over a 2 day interactive workshop style event, presented by leading experts in Sport Facility Management. The program provides opportunities for networking with leading industry ...
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Kent County Regional Sports Complex - SportsTravel Magazine

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The $17 million project will require a variety of professional service partners including architectural and engineering services, construction management services, outdoor recreational facility management services, indoor ...
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NFL plans to review Boston bombing in Super Bowl plans - MassLive.com

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There also is an annual force of 4,000 private security and crowd management personnel, and a staff of private security experts.
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Why All Eyes Are On March Madness Sports Arenas and Stadiums

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This article will takes a look at why sports arena maintenance is more visible now after the Super Bowl power outage especially as March Madness begins.

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NCS4 hosts Sports Management Training Session for Chinese Group - WDAM-TV

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NCS4 hosts Sports Management Training Session for Chinese Group
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The delegation consisted of venue managers from key facilities in China.
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Giants and HUMC to open fitness center - New York Giants - Giants.com (blog)

Giants and HUMC to open fitness center - New York Giants - Giants.com (blog) | Sports Facility Management Magazine One | Scoop.it
Giants.com (blog) Giants and HUMC to open fitness center - New York Giants Giants.com (blog) The 112,000 square foot facility, scheduled to open the end of 2013, will include an expansive state-of-the-art fitness floor, three-pool salt water...
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10 Questions You Should Ask About Risk Management

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Rapid change seems to be the order of the day, as the speed and complexity of business continue to increase. Technological advances such as cloud computing, mobile devices and social media continue to take hold. Regulatory demands continue to expand. Workforce dynamics continue to evolve. These and numerous other trends spawn new risks, altering risk profiles and exposing business models to disruptive change. Because of this dynamic environment, enterprise risk management should provide the discipline to ensure a fresh look at the organization’s risk management capabilities from time to time.

Follow the link above for 10 questions management and boards should consider.


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