The Emergency Planning Society is delighted to again support the upcoming International Security Expo, being held at London’s Olympia on September 27th and 28th 2022.
International Security Expo provides an important link between Government, industry, academia and the entire end-user community, strengthening the relationships that are essential to improving our safety and security.
The event’s two-day programme will feature presentations by speakers from The Emergency Planning Society including The Revd Peter Cheeseman, a Director of the EPS, who will be speaking on Risks of Suffering and to Reputation – Have you got your Human Aspects Planning Right?
His talk will explore how inadequate Human Aspects Planning Risks can further suffering for victims, families & friends as well as risking suffering for responders and severe damage to organisational reputation.
Peter is a Director of the Emergency Planning Society and was Human Aspects Professional Working Group Chair from 2016. His 25 years’ Emergency Management experience, ranges from village Community Resilience to the CCS Community Resilience Programme Steering Group. As Gloucester Diocese’ Civil Protection Advisor he works with Gloucestershire’s Civil Protection Team, Emergency Support Team, and LRF Groups. He has been a Royal International Air Tattoo’s Emergency Services Chaplain for 20 years. His 50 years as a Church of England Clergyman included Prison & Industrial Chaplaincy; Management Consultancy for churches and charities; and Parish Priest! Peter is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Chartered Management Institute.
Also representing the EPS will be Patrick Duggan and Stuart Andrews who will be speaking on ‘Reducing the Risk of Burnout: Creative Practices of Emergency Planning’. The learning from this session will include:
– The introduction of ‘creative practice’ as a critical, innovative strategy for personal debriefing;
– Exploration of the risks of continued ‘crisis mode’ working and offers ‘creative’ means of addressing this;
– The importance of ‘creative practice’ as a core competence of the emergency planner and resilience professional.
Attendees of the International Security Expo can access a CPD certificate by emailing email@example.com and providing their contact details and information including which sessions they have attended at the Expo and how many CPD points/hours they are claiming. Please note the following points are available:
- 1 CPD hour for every 2 hours attended per day
- 1 CPD point for attendance and small degree of development at the morning sessions only per day. (mix of attendance at sessions and visiting stands at the exhibition.)
- 1 points for attendance and moderate degree of development at the afternoon only per day (mix of attendance at sessions and visiting stands at the exhibition.)
- To achieve the full 3 points per day there would be an expectation that there had been a degree of development which exceeds expectations and a full days attendance at both the exhibition and the speaker sessions.
We will be at Stand E126 and look forward to welcoming visitors.