­An array of experts from Carlisle Support Services join the agenda for The Security Event

29th April 2024

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Designed by the industry for the industry, The Security Event returns to the NEC Birmingham from 30th April – 2nd May 2024, reuniting manufacturers, distributors, installers, integrators, consultants, and end users.

Amongst the latest products, technologies and solutions, sector-based experts from Carlisle Support Services have been secured to participate and host a number of the agenda sessions throughout the three days.

Paul Evans, Nick Aldworth and John Lambert will ensure you remain up-to-date with the latest developments and issues in topics such as Martyn’s Law, the Real Living Wage and Learning and Development within the security market via the event’s comprehensive education programme.

Their sessions include:

We don’t know when Martyn’s Law will get through Parliament and become law and we don’t know exactly what the final legislation will look like. What we do know is that there are actions that can and should be taken now to make public places safer, more resilient, and able to mitigate harmful and/or deadly events. This panel will feature the inspiration behind Martyn’s Law, the policing perspective, and the implication to sites that may be subjected to Martyn’s Law. Come and put your questions to our panel of experts.

Nick Aldworth, Director of Counter-Terrorism, Intelligence and Risk – Carlisle Support Services

In this session, Nick will talk about Martyn’s Law as it currently sits before parliament and the implications for the security industry should it be passed. He will talk about the opportunities that the bill could bring for the security industry but will also discuss some possible risks and consequences for not preparing properly.

Nick Aldworth, Director of Counter-Terrorism, Intelligence and Risk – Carlisle Support Services

John will be announcing the IPSA Minimum Charge Rate Guidance document, as well as discussing how organisations should be costing and budgeting for learning and development in their businesses, and the work of the Skills Board to help build some structure around what that looks like in our industry.

John Lambert, Service Delivery Director – Carlisle Support Services

The Security Leaders’ Summit will feature leading expert speakers who will uncover emerging technologies, latest trends and best practice case studies for security professionals. With a specially curated agenda, attendees will come away with plenty of inspiring ideas and actionable strategies that can be applied to their respective businesses and professions.

Nick Aldworth, Director of Counter-Terrorism, Intelligence and Risk – Carlisle Support Services

Discussion between Troy Moffatt, Paul Evans, Mike Bullock, and the Living Wage Foundation about their involvement in the Living Wage campaign through the Recognised Service Provider programme. Topics covered would include:
> Making the case for the Living Wage within the sector.
> How their focus on the Living Wage has benefited their organisations.
> The challenges faced when promoting the Living Wage.
> Advice for others looking to join the Living Wage movement.

Paul Evans, Chief Executive Officer – Carlisle Support Services

Open conversation covering a broad base of subjects from Police and Military careers, transition to the private sector, personal challenges, and challenges to the security sector now and in the future.

Nick Aldworth, Director of Counter-Terrorism, Intelligence and Risk – Carlisle Support Services

John Lambert, Service Delivery Director for Carlisle Support Services, also representing IPSA and Security Skills Board said:

“I’m looking forward to speaking and interacting with an audience that is as keen as I am to see meaningful change in the way companies support their front-line security colleagues to access training and CPD opportunities and to discuss ways to effectively budget this into our services. I will also be introducing the IPSA ‘Minimum Charge Rate Guidance’ document, which may help suppliers lobby customers and other security buyers into supporting sustainable rates.”

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