NFL Stadium Seeks Accreditation from Cleaning Industry

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In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Miami Dolphins are seeking to have Hard Rock Stadium accredited by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council under its STAR™ accreditation. If successful, the stadium would become the first public facility to achieve that distinction, marking Hard Rock Stadium as a standard bearer for cleanliness and disinfection practices.

In a press release announcing the move, team and Hard Rock Stadium Vice Chairman and CEO Tom Garfinkel said it sought out the GBAC for the additional accountability a third-party entity provides.

“When our fans, players and staff  are able to return to Hard Rock Stadium, we want them to have peace of mind that we're doing everything we can to create the safest and healthiest environment possible," Garfinkel said. "We didn't want to create our own standard, we wanted to be accountable to the most credible third-party standard that exists. Working with GBAC ensures compliance with critical guidelines for the highest standard of cleanliness and it is our hope that other venues will follow suit as we navigate through these unprecedented times."

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