MITIE Total Security Management headline sponsor of LONE WORKER SAFETY 2012 event
PPSS Group, organiser of the annual LONE WORKER SAFETY Conference & Exhibition have today announced that MITIE Total Security Management are the event's headline sponsor.
- (1888PressRelease) May 02, 2012 - "We are absolutely delighted to have one of the UK's leading security management companies on board" says Robert Kaiser, the organiser and CEO of PPSS Group.
He also added: "For me personally it was the key objective to partner up with headline sponsors who we felt genuinely care about the personal safety of those working alone and are widely respected in this industry."
The key objective of this year' LONE WORKER SAFETY 2012 Conference & Exhibition is to provide like minded professional with up-to-date information, recommendations and codes of practice in order help improve lone worker safety.
Those attending this event will learn more about how to balance meeting their duty of care with providing an effective service to the public. They will also be able to find out more about lone worker protection devices and the nature, causes and good responses to aggressive behaviour.
Numerous organisations from the public and private sector have already expressed a great interest in our event, according to Mr Kaiser.
If you would like to attend LONE WORKER SAFETY 2012 Conference & Exhibition, then please feel free to contact PPSS on +44 (0) 845 5193 95, email info ( @ ) loneworkersafetyexpo dot com or visit http://www dot loneworkersafetyexpo dot com
UK based PPSS Group are widely respected experts in lone worker protection 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 are 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.