"the Work against terrorism will be moving into the stadiums, where the staff must be trained in order to improve safety."
"– In the stadiums is the big threat in the longer term, not bengals, but acts of terrorism of any kind, " says Björn Eriksson, chairman of the Swedish sports Confederation."
"the Federation is therefore taking the help of both the police and the Swedish civil contingencies Agency (MSB) in order to prevent and deter terrorist attacks against sporting events. Through the new training and guidelines, the staff shall become more aware and better at identifying terrorist threats."
" It is necessary to mobilize as one of time thinking through what might happen. We don't do it to scare people, but it is important to prevent, " says Björn Eriksson."
"the MSB will develop the new guidelines and conduct trainings for the staff at the arenas along with the police."
"According to Jonas Eriksson, manager at MSB, the new bet is not to do with an elevated threat level. It is about an improvement of the standard accident prevention work by strengthening the security on stadiums."
"the Risk for the individual to experience a terrorist attack is very small, but it is necessary for society at large to consider risk in a different way," says Jonas Eriksson."
"Specifically, it can be about to search people and to make sure that there are good and well thought out means of escape."
"Jonas Eriksson believes that the staff of the Swedish arenas are generally good at recognizing dangers when it comes to fires, but to work against terror looks different. It is therefore important that the staff also learns how to think at the terrorist threat."
"– Traditionally, for example, the use of återsamlingsplatser at the evacuations end, but it should not do when it comes to terror. Then shall you escape, head as far away from the place as possible, " says Jonas Eriksson."
"MSB expects to be able to implement the first courses at the end of november."