Green Guide Worked Examples and Annexes
Download the worked examples and annexes to the sixth edition of the Green Guide.
The Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (also known as the Green Guide) is recognised around the world as best practice for the design and planning, and the safety management and operation of sport grounds.
Its aim is to assist in the assessment of safe capacity of a sports ground.
The Guide is used around the world by architects and designers as a best practice guide for the development and refurbishment of stadiums. The latest (sixth) edition offers expert advice and technical specifications on ensuring a safe environment for spectators.
It provides guidance on a number of areas including:
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