30th November from 1330 – 1700
Counter Terrorism for Facilities Managers Workshop
OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF THE COUNTER TERRORISM FOR FACILITIES MANAGERS WORKSHOP
YUDU is an app development company founded in 2007, specializing in communication and documentation solutions. They have built crisis communication solutions for leading law firms as well as building a bespoke Facilities Management Communication App that provides Facilities Managers with a comprehensive, mobile-friendly communication solution. This solution provides FM staff with a direct communication and roll-call channels to building tenants, as well as providing all users of the app with vital documents, making it especially useful when managing multi-tenanted premises.
How FM staff can use apps to communicate effectively with tenants
Richard Stephenson is Chief Executive Officer of YUDU Ltd, the app technology company specialising in mobile communication and documentation solutions which he funded as a start up in 2007. Richard is an experienced Executive and Chairman with expertise in public, private equity and owner managed companies and has therefore wide experience of how companies need to manage data and communicate. Richard was an Operating Partner with Duke Street Capital from 2003 to 2011. He also chaired Xafinity Holdings Limited, the financial services company, Deloro Stellite Ltd, the specialist materials company, and Navimo s.a., a French distributor and manufacturer of nautical products.
Understanding the implications of terrorism for your business - an interactive workshop for Facilities Managers and Emergency Planners
Led by Chris Philips, GCGI FSyI FCiiSCM, Fellow of the Security Institute and Fellow of the Chartered International Institute of Security and Crisis Management
Businesses across the west are facing a prolonged period of terrorism threat. But many FM’s are not given as much help as they should to evaluate the risks to their buildings and then understand what they should do about them. It's a fact that FM’s often come into their role without a security background but make important security decisions and purchases carrying a big responsibility on behalf of their business.
Register below for your place on this interactive workshop designed to help you develop your knowledge.
All businesses have a duty of care and have ample fire drills and health and safety procedures, but what if the crisis you are confronted with is a terrorism incident. Are you prepared? Do you have plans in place to keep people safe, because be assured the plans you have to react to a fire may well be the last thing you want to do in the event of a terrorist incident.
• The top ten key things that Facilities Managers need to know about terrorism?
• What can you do to make your building terrorism resistant?
• Plans, plans, plans. What do you need?
• Communicating in a Crisis
• Building links for Security and safety
This workshop is FREE OF CHARGE but places are limited. Register below
The Workshop will be led by Chris Phillips GCGI FSyI FCiiSCM
Mr Chris Phillips GCGI FSyI FCiiSCM, Fellow of the Security Institute and Fellow of the Chartered International Institute of Security and Crisis Management.
Senior Police Commander at Sports Stadia and former Head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office responsible for the UK Crowded Places Strategy based within the Centre for the Protection of the Critical National Infrastructure.
Chris has a vast experience of risk and crisis management, with an enviable reputation for delivery at both an operational and strategic level. Highly skilled in managing change, devising and developing appropriate solutions to organisational problems, he is a highly effective leader with a proven track record for leading organisational change, managing stakeholders and developing best practice. Chris has developed best practice across a range of business sectors and has unparalleled knowledge of the Crowded Places strategy, protection of hazardous sites, Dangerous Substances and the Critical National Infrastructure. Widely respected nationally and internationally within law enforcement and Government and business, Chris also frequently appears on National and International media commentating on Terrorism and Serious Crime issues.
Mr Jim MacKenzie
Special Adviser, Counter terrorism, protection and security ,Center for risk-reducing design, COWI AS
Jim was a professional soldier for over 35 years, specializing in explosive effects and protective structures. On retirement from the army in 2005 he joined The UK Crown Service as a Government Security Advisor with particular responsibility for forced entry and explosive effects. He retired from full time employment in 2014 and now does consultancy and lecturing for COWI. Jim is a Chartered Civil Engineer and is on the UK Register of Security Engineers and Specialists. He is a police volunteer and a director of a charity that grants scholarships to profoundly injured ex-military and police.
European Channel Manager - Window Film
3M United Kingdom Plc.
Dave Cox has been in the Window Film business for 30 years and in all aspects. He spent 11 years working for a UK Window Film Dealer and the next 19 years with a major manufacturer. He is the Convenor of the European Standards Working Group that has produced a European Product Standard for Window Films and was the President of the EWFA (European Window Film Association) for the last nine years. He does actually have a life….with a wife and four daughters, and plays cricket, tennis, piano…in fact any sport going.”
Peter Joyce MBA, BSc (Hons), Dip BCM, MEPS
MD NonVerba, Chair of the London Branch, The Emergency Planning Society (EPS) & National Chair of the EPS City Resilience Professional Working Group.
Previously, Global head of business continuity management - Goldman Sachs Investment Banking and Senior Vice President - OfficeTiger (International FM outsourced managed services BPO acquired by RR Donnelly), Peter is now the Resilience Consultant & Creative Director at NonVerba, Consultant for Facewatch & IPPSO. Supporting British Standards Institute (BSI) and the Cabinet Office to build a new British Standard for City Resilience. A unique hybrid of technologist and management consultant Assessing, Advising and Assisting FM companies for over a decade.
During the lead up to the 2012 Olympics Peter collaborated with Chris Philips and NaCTSO to build innovative online security self-assessment and resilience planning tools to help crowded places consider "Terrorist Attack, What If?"
Caroline Field BEng MSc CEng MICE PE
Head of Risk & Resilience
BuroHappold Engineering | Risk & Resilience
Caroline leads the Risk and Resilience team at BuroHappold. As part of this new business area in city and building resilience she has led the development of a comprehensive new approach, framework and toolset for measuring resilience. Enabling clients, such as most recently, the Municipality of Beirut, to benefit from an evidence based insight tool to prioritise, manage and measure the benefit of resilience building initiatives. This approach is comprehensive in nature considering shocks and stresses, future trends and social, governmental, economic and physical resilience measures.
Caroline has built this new business on the back of 20 years of professional experience in structural design and analysis over a wider range of structures for the built environment; including 10 years in counter terrorism and blast mitigation. She is chartered with the ICE, a licensed professional engineer in California and a member of RSES.