We’re thrilled to introduce our new technology platform “Petrone Risk powered by OnePlan,” designed to enhance emergency preparedness plans for venues.
If you have attended a major league sporting event in the United States over the past few years, there is a good chance that Petrone Risk helped make the place safer.
Bill King is joined by Kathy Lupia, a leading security and emergency preparedness consultant, for a discussion of the many ways sports venues will have to change their procedures on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic.
John Petrone, who has helped six NFL teams secure some level of Safety Act coverage from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is overseeing the massive emergency preparedness plans for Churchill Downs and Pocono Raceway and has 20 other sports clients at different stages of similar evaluations.
The Browns and the City of Cleveland have been awarded a Safety Act “Designation and Certification” from the Department of Homeland Security, the highest level of liability protection granted by the program.
Pegula Sports & Entertainment announced that New Era Field has been recognized by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with SAFETY Act Designation in recognition of the Buffalo Bills’ security practices.
Hard Rock Stadium, the venue owned and operated by Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross, has been awarded a SAFETY Act Designation from the Department of Homeland Security, DHS’s second-highest accreditation, in recognition of the stadium’s security practices.
The Browns have been awarded a SAFETY Act designation from the Dept. of Homeland Security—the agency’s second-highest award—for its security practice at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Titans have been awarded a SAFETY Act designation from the Department of Homeland Security, the government’s second-highest award, for its security practice at Nissan Stadium.