The so called ‘Manchester Arena bombing’, at an Ariana Grande concert on the 22nd of May 2017 resulted in 22 deaths and over 250 injuries. In response the Government has proposed the 'Protect Duty, in short a requirement that those in charge of venues where the public gather are required to ensure there is proportionate security in place. Surely this is the golden ticket to generating more interest in security and security earning a higher place in organisations’ risk agenda? Or not?
This webinar will discuss:
- To what extent does this proposal herald a new dawn for security management in organisations?
- Is the security sector up the requirements?
- What can the rest of the world learn from the UK experience?
Paul Harvey - Chief Commercial Officer, Ward Security
Marshall Kent - Counter Terrorism & Security Consultant, Marshall Kent Consulting
Josie Nicastro - Commercial Underwriting Manager, Aviva