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The Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) is a government body that took over the responsibilities of the Football Licensing Authority and the critical role it played in transforming spectator safety at football grounds in the UK.

The SGSA carries out a range of statutory functions in relation to football in England and Wales, and advisory functions in relation to other sports within the UK and internationally.  

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SGSA Guidance Documents – A special Christmas offer for the safety professional in your life!

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Throughout December we are offering all our subscribers, new and old, the chance to purchase our guidance documents at discount prices

Reviewing Fire Risk Assessment Programmes

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Ben Bradford answers the following questions ‘When does a fire risk assessment cease to be valid, and how often should they be reviewed?’

One Direction

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Stadiums are increasingly being used for non-sport related entertainment. Ken Scott of the SGSA looks at the issues faced by venue managers.

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