Safety management networking
Join us in Copenhagen
Safety & Security Workshop
The European Stadium & Safety Management Association will assemble during the Safety & Security Workshop that will take place in Copenhagen (DK) from 13 to 14 November 2018. Delegates will enjoy panel discussions, fan experience visits & workshops, presentations and a networking dinner.
When members look for solutions, they turn to other members or to people they meet during the ESSMA events. Our network of passionate individuals has a wealth of knowledge. Best practices are shared to make sure you return home with a load of takeaways. We draw from the experts in the industry to make you stay on top of trends and expand your thinking by learning from peers.
STADIUM INDUSTRY NETWORKING
Networking is a problem-solving tool for issues stadium professionals are facing daily. When you ask our members, they will say the networking part is one of the huge benefits of the association. Meet with venue industry professionals from all over the world: connect, learn and evolve with other-like minded professionals.
Learn from a unique behind-the-scenes stadium tour. Executive staff and management will give you a unique behind-the-scenes tour: the unique opportunity to ask all your questions on stadium-related matters.
Welcome & registration
Welcome by ESSMA and Telia Parken
Helping keep people safe at major events in today’s world
Ken Scott, Head of Inspectorate at SGSA, will present the Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds 6th edition (launch on 30 October 2018). Furthermore, he’ll focus on Zone EX which refers to the environment around stadia which is now so important in the planning for the safe arrival and departure of spectators. In addition, he’ll look at […]
About Ken Scott
About Leif Bjørn
Jacques Le Mene
Case study: crowd management at Roland Garros
About Jacques Le Mene
Panel discussion on crowd management and stewarding
Welcome by Brøndby IF
Brøndby IF : the role of a SLO
About Lasse Bauer
Baku Olympic Stadium
Handling ultras at Baku Olympic Stadium
About Baku Olympic Stadium
Stewarding and security approach at Allianz Stadium
About Francesco Gianello
Case around facial recognition
Closing networking lunch
More confirmed speakers announced soon.
TELIA PARKEN is located in the Indre Østerbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark, built from 1990-1992. It is the home ground of F.C. Copenhagen and the Danish national football team. On the first of September 1992, the new national stadium known as Parken was inaugurated. Parken is also used as a concert venue, and hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2001. As a direct consequence, a retractable roof was applied to the existing structure to make Parken a more useful venue.
• Opened: 1992
• Capacity: 38, 065
• Home team: FC Copenhagen and Danish National Football Team
BRØNDBY STADIUM is the home of Brøndby IF, situated in Copenhagen It is referred to as Vilfort Park among Brøndby supporters, named after club legend Kim Vilfort. After a rebuilding in 2000–2001, the stadium capacity is now 28,000. The rebuilt stadium was opened on 22 October 2000. Since then, the stadium has experienced a number of infrastructural and technical enhancements.
• Opened: 2001
• Capacity: 28,000
• Home team: Brøndby IF
BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW
- For ESSMA members: Stadiums, Clubs, Leagues, Federations & Stadium Partners
- Includes access to Day 1 and Day 2 of the workshop
- Includes lunches, coffee breaks & evening networking dinner
- Not included: hotel & travel to/from Copenhagen
If you received a special reduction code, hit ‘Enter promotional code’ and enjoy your discount.
The ticket price consists of € 395 + a € 14.15 fee from our ticket provider.
“It’s been a very good learning experience to hear from other countries and other clubs, so we are very happy with the first part of the workshop. It was nice to be able to walk around in the stadium and see what the presentations are showing, you see that in real life afterwards.”
Kasper Kragh – Security Advisor Divisionsforeningen, Danish League
“It’s been fascinating to meet different groups of different countries, not only football clubs but the football federations and associations.”
Graham Griffin – Former Steward Training & Recruitment Manager Arsenal FC
“If you’re talking to other people you get a different view and that also helps us to find different solutions or probably better solutions with the experience of the stadium experts.”
Roland Meier – Head of Panomera Multifocal Sensor Systems Dallmeier
The 2017 Safety & Security Management Workshop was organised at Signal Iduna Park, home of Borussia Dortmund.
Over 60 members from 14 countries could learn more about crowd management, pyrotechnics, ingress and egress and other safety & security related topics.