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REGISTER TO ATTEND CLICK HERE! 14-17 MAY 2012 NEC BIRMINGHAM


LONE WORKER PROTECTION EDUCATION PROGRAMME – HALL 3A


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A mobile operators perspective of the lone worker market Speakers: Paula Gunnell, Senior Product Partners Manager, EverythingEverywhere (Orange); Ian Johannessen, Managing Director, Peoplesafe


Protecting the lives of lone workers Barry Holt, Director of Policy & Research, IIRSM


Centre Stage Theatre Hall 5 - Is Lone Working Protection a Paradox? Chair: Mr Brian Sims BA (Hons) Hon FSyI, Editor, Security Management Today Online Speakers: Mr Malcolm Cheshire, CEO, Third Margin; Mr Patrick Dealtry, MD, Lone Working Group Ltd


Police Response to Lone Worker Systems Speaker: Ken Meanwell, Staff Offi cer, ACPO Security Systems Group


Does the Security Industry Help or Hinder the Lone Worker Market Speaker: Ian Johannessen, Managing Director, Peoplesafe


DAY 4 – THURSDAY 17TH MAY


Protecting lone workers - the human perspective Speaker: Ms Nicole Vazquez, Training Consultant, Suzy Lamplugh Trust


How to design a profi table lone worker solution Speaker: Miguel Angel Orellana, Chief Marketing Offi cer, Oysta Technology Inc


BS 8484 and The BSIA Lone Worker Group Speaker: Mr Alex Carmichael, Director, British Security Industry Association (BSIA)


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