The Football Association (FA)
This includes the FA, the FA Premier League and the Football Leagues; safety advisors regularly visit football grounds for assessment and quality assurance.
The National Skills Academy (NSA)
National Skills Academies are employer-led centres of training excellence. The government’s mission is to create a world class workforce by delivering the skills that employers need in each sector of the economy.
Skills Academies take different shapes and forms, ranging from purpose-built training centres to online courses tailored to the needs of each sector.
Football Licensing Authority (FLA)
The FLA has the right to inspect the ground conditions and safety procedures, and reserves the right to revoke licenses in breach of statutory agreements.
National Association Disabled Supporters (NADS)
The members of the NADS are spokespersons for the disabled supporter's community, and rely on the co-operation of governing bodies to ensure that best practice and high standards are maintained.
Security Industry Authority (SIA)
Working together with security businesses and governing bodies the SIA have one mission, to help society by collaboratively developing and achieving high standards in the private security industry.
Havering, Northwest London and West London are a few of the colleges that contribute to certifying our courses and assuring that high standards are maintained throughout the course, right until exams are taken.
Delegated representatives from the local Certifying Authorities regularly visit licensed grounds to evaluate and monitor best practice standards.
Safety Advisory Group
The Police, Fire and Ambulance services are generally in attendance at football grounds all over the country on a match day, making a huge contribution to ensure the safety and security of spectators.