Public Venue Security and Safety Summit

Public Venue Security and Safety Summit

28 – 30 March 2017, Sydney

The Public Venue Security and Safety Summit, being held in Sydney on 28th – 30th March 2017 brings together leading security professionals to explore how the implementation of effective and practical strategies of prevention, preparation, response and recovery can ensure operational continuity and sustainability.

The forum will provide attendees with greater knowledge and skills in how to identify and protect against internal and external threats; develop smarter approaches to counter violent extremism; improve current public event security, safety and risk strategies and capabilities to face the current threat environment; benefit from new collaboration, communication and engagement methods and optimise crowd management operations and outcomes.

Craig Sheridan APM will Chair the summit and present on the topic of, Preventing event disruption starts by understanding how internal and external factors could affect crowd behaviour. Craig will explore the different crowd management strategies to avoid critical crowd densities and rapid group movement and what are the key factors that determine the likelihood of crowd behaviour.

Craig will also facilitate a post conference workshop Improving collaboration, communication and engagement during security operations between all different security stakeholders. This interactive in-depth learning session explores different ways and strategies to improve efficiency among security stakeholders within public venues, events and facilities from all over Australia. Throughout the workshop you will gain insights into how to become more effective at identifying and acting on top-priority incidents.


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