Knaresborough, United Kingdom, February 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Some of this country’s leading and most respected experts on lone worker safety will once again come together on Tuesday, 26th November 2013 for this year’s Lone Worker Safety Conference at London’s Olympia Conference.
Bill Fox, Chairman of UK’s leading firm in conflict management training Maybo, has confirmed he will deliver a very informative talk about all aspects of how to effectively manage conflict.
Patrick Dealtry, Director of The Loneworking Group and author of the British Standard for the supply of lone worker devices and services will be speaking about the changing faces of the lone worker market and highlight recent developments.
Rachel Griffin, Chief Executive of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust has also agreed to share her extensive knowledge of personal safety training and explain what has happened to Suzy Lamplugh 27 years ago, and what we can learn from this tragic event.
They are also very happy to welcome back Nicole Vazquez of Worthwhile Training, who will cover one of the subjects requested by many delegates who have attended last year’s event. All delegates were given a feedback form, and many asked to see someone speaking about how to create a good and efficient lone worker policy. Nicole will answer this in great depth.
“We are currently in communication with a number of additional speakers, but we really want to make sure we create once again a great, passionate, lively and informative event, hence we are thorough, and this takes a little bit of time,” says Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group and organiser of this event.
“Facilities management professionals, public sector workers, social and health care professionals, utility field representatives, security and public transport professionals have attended the 2012 event, and the feedback has just been fantastic, but be assured our 2013 event will be even better.”
Lone Worker Safety 2013 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.