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A one day event which addresses new and emerging threats to businesses and people. These regional events will help you to improve your employees’ safety and security in light of increased terrorist threats and potentially hostile environments.

Experienced speakers will discuss lone working, global travel safety, security training, identification of risk, reading behaviours, enforcement and developing policies to protect staff welfare and security when working, travelling or at leisure.  

Venue: 100 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5JL

Price:
£175 + VAT (IIRSM members)
£199 + VAT (non members)

 



When
Wednesday, 13 June, 2018 - 09:00 - 17:00
Where
London
Price
Members:
£210.00
Including VAT
Non-Members
£239.00
Including VAT

Event Date & Location







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PROGRAMME
PROGRAMME

 

09:30    

Registration and refreshments

09:45-10:15

Welcome and introduction to the day

 

Risks and threats to people and businesses 

Rationale for reviewing strategies and training

10:15-11:30

Protecting your people

 

International travel safety

 

Lone wolf and vehicle based attacks

 

Lone working

11:30-11:45

Coffee/tea break

11:45-12:45

Case study presented by Hugh Kempton of CHEP Europe: CHEP’s Zero Harm Journey

12:45-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:30

React, Act, Survive

 

Behaviour recognition, and learning to identify risk

 

Positional effectiveness

14:30-14:45

Coffee/tea break

14:45-15:30

Security management measures

 

Community/family support

 

Training and mentoring

 

Upskilling your leaders and teams

 

Support and counselling

15:30-16.00

Q&A with speakers

16:00-16:15

Summary and close

 

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SPEAKER
SPEAKER

Andy Neal is the founder and director of Protaris - a unique specialist security training provider and strategic risk management adviser.  

Throughout a career spanning 22 years Andy has a proven track record in delivering training across regional, national and international projects in partnership with Government, Military and non-Government agencies.   Highly regarded in his field, Andy has extensive experience, specialist training and a unique style of delivery.

He has designed and delivered strategies on counter terrorism, lone working, global travel safety, overt–covert security operational training and procedures.  His style of training blends a Systems Protocol with a dynamic approach resulting in training that is memorable and effective.  

Read more at: www.protaris.org

 

Hugh Kempton is European Safety Manager at CHEP Europe and responsible for all Health and Safety issues across the European network.  This includes 17 production sites, 7 large office locations, and a total employee population of 2,850.  The case study will cover the following: 

Gaining buy-in and commitment; empowering the workforce to solve problems; expanding safety awareness in the organisation; realising the need for personal security training; setting the ball rolling with Asset Management; broadening the scope to Field Based employees; targeting all employees who travel; the impact on Zero Harm. 

www.CHEP.com