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LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition date and venue set!

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Published by Robert Kaiser for PPSS Ltd in Local Government and also in Communities, Environment, Health, Housing

LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition

12th February 2013

 LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition date and venue set!

Today we are proud to announce that LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition is to take place on Tuesday, 26th November 2013, once again at London's Olympia Conference Centre.

Some of theUK's most respected expert speakers in all aspects of lone worker safety, plus a number of the top firms specialised in lone worker safety devices, technology, tracking, alarms, monitoring and training, have all confirmed their participation. 

Everyone involved is aiming to offer all attending delegates a real update on what can and should be done to improve the personal safety of those who work alone.

LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition will once again be all about providing professionals, interested in improving lone worker safety with the most important and helpful information, which goes far beyond theory alone.

Some of theUK's leading and most respected experts are going to deliver talks and presentation, which without question will help our delegates to develop a better understanding of the strategies needed to effectively improve the personal safety of their workforce.

We have to accept the fact that local government employees, such as parking enforcement, environmental health, housing officers, as well as and social workers, security guards, civil enforcement officers, and others working for utility, insurance or other private firms can be at risk.

It's easy to come up with examples of workers who spend time on their own and whose work is likely to bring them face to face with irate or aggressive members of the public. But to the list of vulnerable lone workers we now have to add paramedics, public transport employees, market researchers, even community nurses; people whose jobs are either innocuous or should put them on the side of the angels.

Our annual LONE WORKER SAFETY event has without question become the country's most relevant annual event for these professionals, helping 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.

Please view this year's event website: www.loneworkersafetyexpo.com

For further information please email info@loneworkersafetyexpo.com or call 0845 5193 953  

We are looking forward to meeting you inLondonon Tuesday, 26th November 2013.

In the meanwhile please take good care.

Robert Kaiser, CEO

PPSS Group

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