Date: Thu 14th Sep 2017 Time: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Security Institute are hosting this early evening seminar, which explores the relationship between security and emergency response, as it relates to handling major incidents such as the Manchester Arena attack and the Grenfell Tower Fire. Subject matter experts will talk about the major risks to the United Kingdom, and you will be able to learn about the latest best practice in the Police and Emergency Services on how your organisation can implement effective plans to protect, respond and recover from these risks.
- “The Manchester Arena Attack” Chief Inspector Umer Khan, Greater Manchester Police
- “What can universities and companies learn from how cities structure their emergency response?” Alan Cain, Manchester Metropolitan University
- “Managing Dynamic Lockdowns” Stuart Corcoux Abloy UK and Anthony Searle, Paxtons
- “Terrorism, Threat & Response: Understanding Terrorism and responding to the threat” Academic Speaker TBC
Meet after the seminar at an informal networking drinks event (sponsored by Paxtons) with other professionals from across the sectors of corporate security, risk management, emergency planning, and business continuity. Tickets are £20 for SyI/AUCSO members & £25 for guests.
Please arrange to arrive by 15.30 for a 16:00 start. The event will conclude by 20:00. A CPD certificate will be available.