Stadiums are typically very large venues that can take a great amount of planning to run smoothly. The care it takes to run the day to day operations of the stadium should also include preparing for severe weather as well. Read further to find out how stadiums can prepare for severe weather and act accordingly with a brief overview of Earth Networks and the detection systems available.
The planning process is perhaps the most important part of preparing a stadium for severe weather. You should make yourself aware of the possible severe weather in your area and the dangers associated with those possibilities. For example, if the stadium is located in states where tornados are common, educate yourself on the hazards associated with tornados and how to protect your guests and stadium. Once you know the types of weather the area could bring, you can take an assessment of the venue and identify areas for improvement and extra need protection. It is also then best to make an emergency plan that identifies who is responsible for what task and the procedures associated with severe weather.
Another way to prepare for severe weather is to practice your plan once you have set it in place. Your staff and stadium workers should know what their job is during an emergency and how to successfully implement the plan. Practice is the only way to be sure that everyone knows what to do and can facilitate the plan during severe weather.
Utilize warning systems and weather trackers
Stadiums should implement the best severe weather tracker systems available and can help you identify severe weather, tornados, and lightning in real time and keep you one step ahead of the game.