Join the next CTB365 webinar on Thursday November 18th. 10:00am -12:30pm.
Protect Duty (Martyn’s Law): How do we safeguard Public Spaces?
On 22 May 2017, an Islamist extremist suicide bomber detonated a shrapnel-laden homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena following a concert by US singer Ariana Grande. Twenty-three people died, including the attacker, and 139 were wounded, more than half of them children. One of those killed was Martyn Hett, Figen Murray’s son. Since that fateful day, Figen has campaigned tirelessly to get legislation passed by the Government to have a series of safety protocols put in place for venues and public places nationwide – Martyn’s Law.
“Whilst subject to consultation, the intention is that the (Protect) Duty would apply to specified owners and operators of public venues, large organisations and those responsible for public spaces. It would require those in scope to consider terrorist threats and consider and implement appropriate and proportionate protective security and organisational preparedness measures.” *
* Source: Government Press Release: Government sets out plans to protect public places from terrorist attacks
SESSION ONE AGENDA
Philip Ingram MBE, Counter Terrorism Expert
Keynote: Manchester Arena Inquiry & Martyn’s Law
Figen Murray, peace campaigner & mother of Martyn Hett
Protecting our communities against terrorism
Dr. David BaMaung BSc (Hons) – Security Subject Matter Expert, Manchester Arena Public Inquiry, Chair of the Security Institute – Insider Risk Special Interest Group
Security expectations for event venues: Who has responsibility and how do we prepare for the future?
Henry Havis – Head of Security at ExCel London
How will Protect Duty affect businesses and their insurers?
Steve Coates – Chief Underwriting Officer, Pool Re
SESSION TWO AGENDA
Striking the balance between protection/ safety and visitor experience
Nigel Cook – Security Consultant, Historic Environments / Crowded Places Protection
How security professionals will be involved in the Protect Duty process
DCI Steven McGrath – Co-Chair of the Counter Terrorism Special Interest Group & Head of Information Capability & Engagement, NaCTSO
Protecting Publicly Accessible Spaces – A Rail Perspective
Guy Huckle – Operational Resilience & Contingency Planning Manager, Network Rail
Liveable Cities – Healthy, Happy and Safe
Wyatt Harding – CEO Milford
Selecting the right HVM installer for your business and how to physically safeguard our public spaces
Paul Jeffrey – Chairman, Perimeter Security Suppliers Association (PSSA)
Join us for what promises to be an informative online event of industry Thought Leaders, with Peer Chat, Live Polls, Interactive Q&A and Download Centre.