Some of the UK’s leading and most respected experts are coming together on Tue, 27th November 2012 at the Olympia Conference Centre in London, in order help all delegates to develop a better understanding of the strategies needed to effectively improve lone worker security.
Still more than three months to go, and established lone worker safety specialised firms, such as MITIE Total Security Management, Connexion2, Astraline, Advanced Health & Care, Steanne Solutions and Maybo have already confirmed their support and participation.
“There is no doubt in my mind, our exhibition and conference will be sold out, and that’s the best possible evidence of how important this subject now is in the UK”, Robert Kaiser says.
“Facilities management professionals, public sector workers, social and health care professionals, utility field representatives, security and public transport professionals have attended the 2011 event, and the feedback has just been fantastic, and please be assured we have learned from this feedback”, he continues.
LONE WORKER SAFETY 2012 will once again be all about providing professionals, interested in improving lone worker security with specific and up-to-date information.
LONE WORKER SAFETY 2012 is an annual event, which will help everyone to learn how to balance meeting the duty of care with providing an effective service to the public, and gain a better knowledge of nature, causes and good responses to aggressive behaviour or conflict.
Please view the this year’s event website http://www.loneworkersafetyexpo.com/
UK based PPSS Group are widely respected experts in lone worker security and the reduction of workplace violence and its related injuries.
With more than 20 years of frontline experience in high risk security operations in some of the most hostile environments, Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group, has gained a great and very clear understanding of this problem. PPSS Group is constantly in search for the most effective approaches to reduce the risk of workplace violence related injuries and even the loss of life. Extensive research projects and surveys are currently in progress and the results will once again help to protect those working alone or direct supervision.