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Key Exhibitors
Reliance Protect
Media Partner
Professional Security
Organised by
PPSS Lone Worker Safety


08:30 - 09:30

Event doors open to all

Exhibition, networking and plenty of refreshments

09:30 - 09:50

Conference start and introduction to today's event

Robert Kaiser
Organiser and Chair of LONE WORKER SAFETY 2014

09:50 - 10:30

Getting to grips with lone working

  • An overview of criminal and civil responsibilities
  • What to do, what to document and how to create effective systems
  • Risk Assessments & Risk Controls

Nigel Heaton - Founder and Director of Human Applications, a specialised UK based risk management organisation

10:30 - 11:10

Developing and embedding effective policies and procedures for lone workers

  • Best practice on producing effective paperwork - what needs to be in and what can you leave out.
  • Policies, Procedures and Guidelines - what is the difference?
  • Communicating your messages - how to engage managers and lone workers to achieve buy-in.
  • Embedding the policies and procedures and assessing their effectiveness in the real world - how do you know it's having the desired effect?

Nicole Vazquez - Director of Worthwhile Training

11:10 - 11:30


Exhibition, networking and plenty of refreshments

11:30 - 12:10

Maximising the value & effectiveness of your lone worker solution

  • Maximising the value for employers and employees

  • The value of good management information

  • Client perspective - implementing and managing such systems

  • Client perspective - exploring ways to ensure high ongoing user adoption

  • Client perspective - genuine incidents raised through the devices (the situations, the incident review process, staff member post incident support, post review outcomes)

Chris Allcard - Head of Lone Worker Services at Reliance High-Tech Limited

Dennis Hunt - Health Safety and Security Manager/LSMS at Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

12:10 - 12:50

The changing face of the lone worker market; developments, standards, solutions, devices

  • An unbiased and independent overview of key aspects the Lone Worker market

  • Where to go to find the answers you need

  • A look at the future

Patrick Dealtry - Director of The Lone Working Group Ltd and writer of the British Standard for the supply of lone worker services.

Chairman BSIA Lone Worker Section

12:50 - 13:50


Exhibition, networking and plenty of refreshments

13:50 - 14:30

Delivering high quality, cost effective and 'fit for purpose' training

  • How to establish lone worker training needs within your organisation

  • Making training real for staff and ensuring maximum relevance and engagement

  • Improving flexibility and value through creative 'blended learning' approaches

  • Identifying the role high quality eLearning can play

  • Promoting transfer of learning to the workplace - and keeping it fresh!

Bill Fox - Chairman of Maybo, Leaders In Conflict Management Training

14:30 - 15:10

Lone working in a diverse environment

  • Integration of Sodexo SEMS when managing Lone Workers

  • Managing lone working in a security environment

  • Making the activities of a security officer safer when under lone working conditions

Mark Death - National Security Manager, Sodexo
Jurgen Fenney - Specialist Safety Executive, Sodexo

15:10 - 15:30


Exhibition, networking and plenty of refreshments

15:30 - 16:10

Understanding different types of 'physical confrontations' and your appropriate responses

  • Understanding Reasonable Force - case, criminal and European Law on the subject of managing the risk of physical violence and aggression
  • Edged weapon awareness and dealing with extreme situations - Options for staff and an introduction to the national decision making model.

Doug Melia - Director of Defend UK


End of Event