The Liberia Football Association (LFA) will begin two days of security training for newly recruited stewards at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium on Friday.
It will bring together about 40 participants, including two security representatives from Blue Field, Ganta, North Star, Kakata and Buchanan from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM daily.
The workshop, which is being organized by LFA security and fair play committee, is to brainstorm the challenges, strategies and best international practices for the 2019 National League and related football events.
It will cover topics such as the roles and responsibilities of stewards; service and communication orientation; conflict prevention and management; emergency first aid, basic fire preventions and firefighting; crowd dynamics and management; health and public safety.
The training will be facilitated by the Armed Forces of Liberia, Liberia National Police, Liberia National Red Cross Society and Liberia National Fire Service (LNFS).
Meanwhile, the LNFS will carry out a safety inspection exercise at the ATS on Saturday, tomorrow.
The ATS, when qualified, will be issued a safety declaration certificate for US$25.