LONDON (CelebrityAccess) — E3S, the Event Safety & Security Summit announced their expanded agenda for the 2018 edition of the conference, with more than presenters and topics on tap for the 2nd year of the annual event.
Topics on offer at this year’s conference include:
Learning Transferrable Lessons: Chaired by SEC’s Mark Laidlaw, this panel considers lessons to be learned from a variety of security operations, ranging from the World Cup to state visits by US presidents. Laidlaw will use lessons and discuss how best practice and information can be better shared across different sectors.
Flexible Solution to In-Work Training: Chaired by MOM Consultancy’s Chris Kemp, this program looks at the development of the industry’s greatest asset – manpower – and asks how professional learning can be harmonized across a whole team or organization.
Protecting the Future of Live Events: chaired by ID Resilience’s Ian Kerr, the forum will discuss how the industry can future-proof its activity to make events more safe and secure, and examines what initiatives are helping develop an international safety culture.
Guest speakers confirmed for this year’s E3S include: Danielle Kennedy Clark (The O2), Sabine Funk (Int. Training Centre for Crowd & Safety Mgmt.), Aline Renet (Prodiss), Pascal Viot (iSSUE), Tony Duncan (U2 Security), Eric Stuart, UKCMA/Gentian Events) & Pete Dalton (Thames Valley Police).
The inaugural edition of E3S sold out several weeks in advance with delegates from companies including AEG Worldwide, BBC, England & Wales Cricket, Feld Entertainment, Festival Republic, FKP Scorpio, Gatwick Airport, G4S, Live Nation, Manchester Arena, NEC Group, Roskilde Festival, Showsec International, The O2, the Walt Disney Company, Wembley Stadium & WWE.
E3S is organized by the International Live Music Conference (ILMC) in close collaboration with the European Arena Association, the UK’s National Arena Association, and other leading theatre and venue organizations and live event security companies.
The invitation-only event will take place this year in London on October 30th.