The 24th July is national security officer day chosen as it is the 24th day of the 7 month, and security officers work 24/7. We have heard on previous Thought Leadership webinars of the enormous amount of work and progress that has been made in improving the working conditions and the image of the frontline worker. But what are the next big steps? How can the current shortcomings be addressed? Is ir down to more or better regulation? How can the industry respond better? What will persuade buyers to make better choices? To what extent is it a reality that the work of security officers will be dragged down by its worst performers and if this is to remain an issue how can’t be addressed? This webinar will:
Discuss the current state of the security officer’s role
Evaluate the next steps in progress that need to be made and how that can be done?
Examine the barriers to progress and how they might be managed
Chris Hertig – College Professor at York College of Pennsylvania (Ret.) (US)
Qaisar Gandapur – CEO at Ghouri Security Guards (Pvt) Limited (Pakistan)
Jody Reid – Security Manager at The BOW (Canada)