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Geoff Galilee 


Geoff Galilee is a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner by profession. He joined the SGSA in July 2013 as a regional Inspector.

He has a portfolio of clubs and local authorities that stretches from Norfolk through East Anglia and into London.  He is the lead for health and safety issues represents the SGSA on two other national interest organisations.

Geoff has been involved in several projects within the SGSA, including being part of the editorial team for both the sixth edition of the Green Guide and the Alternative Uses of Stadiums guidance, as well as undertaking work abroad with two visits to Uruguay assisting the Government.

Prior to joining the SGSA, Geoff had a 40-year career in local government retiring as a Service Director for Regulatory Services with the London Borough of Brent, including responsibility for health and safety at work enforcement, most licensing functions ranging from explosives to alcohol, and of relevance to his current role, entertainments licensing and safety of sports grounds. Within Brent Council this meant that he was responsible for both Wembley Stadium and Arena chairing the SAG for both venues since 1986. This latter role provided a great opportunity to gather experience and knowledge of dealing with major sporting and entertainment events, stadium/arena design, overlay and operation. Geoff retired from his local authority career at the end of the London Olympics after Chairing the Augmented SAG for the Wembley Complex and being a part of the Council’s senior team for bringing the Olympics to the Borough.

Club responsibilities

  • Chelsea FC
  • Colchester United FC
  • Fulham FC
  • Ipswich Town FC
  • Queens Park Rangers FC

Lead responsibilities

  • Health and safety

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