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 the safety of their frontline staff to improve their personal safety and effectively help reduce the risk of workplace violence will be provided to our new delegates.

“Our much respected event will once again be structured around lone worker safety and focus on health & safety professionals, lone workers themselves, managers, team leaders and senior members of staff who work within organisations where lone working takes place”, says Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group and Organiser of this annual event.

“Our previous events have been attended by professionals from a variety of sectors e.g. public sector enforcement, housing, social and health care, nursing, utilities field representatives and public transport.  However, we would like to welcome everyone who shares our genuine passion for lone worker safety”.

Robert Kaiser highlighted that further information will be made public shortly: “We aim to announce further details in regards to expert speakers, program details as well as exhibitors within four to eight weeks.  Our website is being updated frequently”.

 

www.loneworkersafetyexpo.com

About PPSS Group:

UK based PPSS Group are widely respected experts in lone worker safety and the reduction of workplace violence and its related injuries.

With more than 20 years of frontline experience in high risk security operations in some of the most hostile environments, Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group, has gained a great and very clear understanding of this problem.  PPSS Group is constantly in search for the most effective approaches to reduce the risk of workplace violence related injuries and even the loss of life. Extensive research projects and surveys are currently in progress and the results will once again help to protect those working alone or direct supervision.

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