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Security for this event is very vital and the organisers provide a very tight form of security. The security for this event is provided by the Dubai Police and First Group Security which is a private security company. Security is in charge of ensuring that there are no problems during the event. They are also in charge of ensuring that there are no underage drinking problems and making sure there are no fights. At the entrance there are also scanners for bags in order to ensure that there are no weapons or illegal substances brought into the event, other restriction also include food and beverages and any objects that will contribute to noise pollution such as air horns as not only is this disturbing the crowd but can also affect the game. In order to ensure that there is no one entering the premises unauthorised they also have special identity cards with pictures for all the employees and volunteers therefore no one can enter illegally. In case of emergencies there is an onsite hospital, police station and armed cars in order to maximise security for the crowd and rugby players. Transportation & Parking The organisers of this event take the fact that people will be drinking very cautiously and make it an important part of their promotion to discourage drunk driving, therefore free shuttle buses are provided to and from the venue throughout the whole day from various landmarks in Dubai, this is a very convenient system as the shuttle buses are available every half. There are also thousands of taxis onsite for those that want to leave the venue, as the Dubai Road & Transport Authorities keep aside special taxis for the event. The parking facilities at the 7’s consists of two sections a VIP parking area for hospitality packages as well as media and organisers & a normal parking area. The two parking areas in total can accommodate for up to 15,000 cars. Access Routes It is essential for there to be easily accessible routes to and from the event, and within the event for the following reasons; for emergency vehicles like fire brigades or ambulances, security personnel’s, rugby players and the crowd. It would be best suitable to have different entrances for each so that there is no clashing, it also helps support the flow of people and in emergencies the evacuation plan. The seven stadiums have a lot of back area entrances for the suppliers, security, VIP’s etc. They also have easy access routes to and from the event with newly built four lane highway. The nearest fire station and hospital are both 10 minutes away from the venue making it convenient and easy to access for emergencies. It is also important to ensure the accessibly of the rugby players, the changing rooms are strategically placed near the main pitch in order to make it more accessible and convenient for the players.
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