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London Conference – Tackling Kidnapping Hijack & Hostage Taking

The conference takes place on 21-22 May, 2014, at Radisson Blu Edwardian,  London Heathrow. To what extent are criminals gathering intelligence from social networking sites to select better targets? What is the deep web and what can criminals achieve from it? Who could be at risk of kidnap within your own organisation and what are the [...]

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Lone Worker Safety 2014 Conference by PPSS Group

Lone worker security has become a very important issue all over the world. UK based PPSS Group has announced its Lone Worker Safety 2014 Conference and Exhibition. This event will open its doors at London Olympic Conference centre on Tuesday 25th of November 2014. This annual event has been set up to help professionals charged with [...]

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IFSEC International Serves the Whole Security buying Chain

IFSEC International moved to ExCel London from 17-19 June 2014 and provides a solid platform for a buoyant market. IFSEC International, organised by UBM Live, continues to thrive as the only destination to serve the whole security buying chain, which has been solidified by its move to ExCeL London from 17-19 June. Taking place at its [...]

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Book review : Elsevier releases 6 new Physical Security titles

News in the Physical Security business, 6 new titles have been released from Elsevier. Conflict Management for Security Professionals by Andrew A. Tufano Effectively resolving conflict prevents violence, reduces incidents, improves productivity, and contributes to the overall health of an organization. Unlike the traditionally reactive law enforcement approach to resolving conflict, this book provides a [...]

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Tennessee Apparel and Gore partner on chem-bio clothing system

TENNESSEE APPAREL AND GORE PARTNER ON A NEW CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CLOTHING SYSTEM FOR U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS THAT OFFERS BROAD PROTECTION COMBINED WITH LOW THERMAL BURDEN Tennessee Apparel Corp. (TAC), manufacturer of military garments, has been identified as the only qualified source for the procurement of chemical and biological protective garments under the Uniform Integrated [...]

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Boosting Security: How To Guarantee Site, Staff & Pupil Safety

With the many recent incidents around school premises involving everything from arson and vandalism to trespassing, breaking and entering, it is no wonder that many parents are keen to see better security measures put in place in around primary and secondary schools. Even extreme news from around the world involving many incidents of gun-related violence [...]

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DuPont Protection Technologies launches the Next Generation of Innovations with DuPont™ Kevlar®

DuPont Protection Technologies, maker of the famous and original DuPont™ Kevlar® fibre, is responding to customer needs and is confirming its position as a leader in body armour protection solutions with the launch of two new products at Milipol Paris, 19-22 November 2013. Drawing on analysis from its extensive relationship with global customers, the next [...]

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VIDSYS TO LEAD DISCUSSION ON HOW INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGIES CAN REDUCE OPERATIONAL COSTS AT TRANSPORT SECURITY EXPO 2013

VidSys, a leading provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, today announced details of its participation at Transport Security Expo 2013, taking place 13-14 November, 2013 in Olympia, London.  VidSys’ EMEA Sales Director James Whybrow, will lead a workshop session evaluating how integration technologies such as PSIM can reduce costs and improve security for [...]

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Train company continues improvements in station safety by reducing crime considerably over the last two years

First TransPennine Express (FTPE) who is responsible for managing 30 stations across the North of England, has had six of its managed stations re-accredited by the Governments Secure Station Scheme, having been recognised as safe and secure environments for rail passengers and staff. Nearly 20million passengers pass through FTPE stations every year, and the Department [...]

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British Safety Council welcomes drop in fatal and major injuries in GB workplaces

The British Safety Council has welcomed the improvements in Great Britain’s health and safety performance published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) last week in its annual statistics report. HSE noted a significant reduction in the number of workers killed and seriously injured at work. The number and incidence of fatal injuries in Great [...]

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