Approved Technologies

The SAFETY Act provides two levels of liability protections for approval: Designation and Certification. By obtaining either Designation or Certification, companies obtain a level of legal protection in case their technology is ever put to use during a terrorist attack. See below for a list of approved technology certifications.





Company/Technology

Chicago Park District and ASM Global Convention Center Management, LLC

Approved: May 13, 2024 | Expires: April 30, 2029

Chicago Park District and ASM Global Convention Center Management, LLC, provide the Soldier Field Security Program, a comprehensive program comprised of physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and properly trained personnel, for the Soldier Field Footprint, including the seating bowl and suites, gates, loading dock, inner and secondary perimeters, field, locker rooms, areas housing utility and mechanical systems, command center, and parking and parkland areas. It is designed to detect, deter, prevent, respond to, and mitigate Acts of Terrorism, and it is the implementation of the National Football League’s (NFL) Best Practices for Stadium Security. The Technology is implemented and maintained by proprietary and contract personnel under the supervision of the Applicant to provide comprehensive security coverage during public, ticketed events and during non-event days.


National Football League

Approved: January 22, 2024 | Expires: January 31, 2029

National Football League (NFL) provides NFL Best Practices Program. The Technology is grounded in the NFL Best Practices for Stadium Security, or the NFL Best Practices. The NFL Best Practices is a comprehensive set of guidelines for stadium security management designed to deter and defend against terrorist attacks at sports stadiums. The NFL delivers and implements its NFL Best Practices through its Stadium Security Evaluation and Compliance Program and through its Stadium Security Training Program, which are designed to promote compliance with the NFL Best Practices at each stadium in which NFL games are played. The Technology does not include each NFL club’s or stadium owner’s or operator’s implementation of the Technology.


First & Goal Inc.

Approved: October 02, 2023 | Expires: October 31, 2028

First & Goal Inc. provides Lumen Field Security Program. The Technology is the Applicant’s implementation of the National Football League’s (NFL) Best Practices for Stadium Security, resulting in a program comprised of physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and properly trained personnel. The Technology applies to the entire stadium property, including the seating bowl and suites; gates; loading dock; inner and secondary perimeters; field; locker rooms; area housing utility and mechanical systems; command center; and parking areas.


South Florida Stadium LLC

Approved: August 17, 2023 | Expires: August 31, 2028

South Florida Stadium LLC, Miami Dolphins, Ltd., and SFS Events, LLC provide South Florida Stadium LLC Security Program for Hard Rock Stadium. The Technology is the Applicant’s implementation of the National Football League’s (NFL) Best Practices for Stadium Security, resulting in a program comprised of a comprehensive program comprised of threat and vulnerability assessments, security planning, physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and properly trained personnel, and which covers the entire Hard Rock Stadium property, including the seating bowl and suites, gates, loading dock, inner and secondary perimeters, field, locker rooms, areas housing utility and mechanical systems, command center, and parking areas.


Green Bay Packers, Inc.

Approved: July 28, 2023 | Expires: August 31, 2028

Green Bay Packers, Inc. provides the Lambeau Field Security Program. The Technology is the Applicant’s implementation of the National Football League’s (NFL) Best Practices for Stadium Security, resulting in a program comprised of physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and properly trained personnel. This covers the entire stadium property, including the seating bowl and suites, gates, loading dock, inner and secondary perimeters, field, locker rooms, area housing utility and mechanical systems, command center, and parking areas.


Lucas Oil Stadium

Approved: November 24, 2020 | Expires: March 31, 2023

Capital Improvement Board of Managers of Marion County, Indiana Company provides The Lucas Oil Stadium Safety and Security Program (the "Technology"). The Technology is security program that provides comprehensive security coverage comprising physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning process and procedures, and trained personnel for the Lucas Oil Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium that hosts National Football League games and other major sporting and entertainment events.


Eagles Stadium Operator, LLC, and Philadelphia Eagles, LLC

Approved: August 04, 2020 | Expires: August 31, 2025

Eagles Stadium Operator, LLC, and Philadelphia Eagles, LLC provide the Security Program for Lincoln Financial Field. The Technology is a comprehensive security program based on the National Football League’s ("NFL") Best Practices for Stadium Security, which is composed of policies, procedures, physical, and electronic security equipment, and trained personnel to detect, deter, prevent, respond to, and mitigate Acts of Terrorism on event and non-event days at Lincoln Financial Field.


National Football League

Approved: January 29, 2019 | Expires: January 29, 2024

The National Football League ("NFL") provides the NFL Best Practices Program which is grounded in the NFL Best Practices for Stadium Security ("NFL Best Practices"). The NFL Best Practices is a comprehensive set of guidelines for stadium security management designed to deter and defend against terrorist attacks at sports stadiums (the "Technology"). The NFL delivers and implements its NFL Best Practices through a Stadium Security Evaluation and Compliance Program and through its Stadium Security Training Program, which are designed to promote the highest level of compliance at each stadium in which NFL games are played. The Technology does not include each NFL club’s or stadium owner’s or operator’s implementation of the Technology.


Atlanta Falcons Stadium Company, LLC

Approved: January 10, 2019 | Expires: February 28, 2021

Atlanta Falcons Stadium Company, LLC, provides Mercedes-Benz Stadium Security Program(the "Technology"). The Technology is a comprehensive program comprised of physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and trained personnel for Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium that will host National Football League, Major League Soccer, and other major sporting and entertainment events


Buffalo Bills, LLC

Approved: September 20, 2018 | Expires: October 31, 2023

Buffalo Bills, LLC, Erie County Stadium Corporation, and Erie County provide New Era Field Security Program (the "Technology"). The Technology is the Applicant’s implementation of the National Football League’s (NFL) Best Practices for Stadium Security, resulting in a program composed of physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning processes and procedures, and properly trained personnel. The Technology applies to the entire stadium property, including the seating bowl and suites; gates; loading dock; inner and secondary perimeters; field; locker rooms; area housing utility and mechanical systems; command center; and parking areas..