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2014 Conference

Who Protects the NHS?



14th November 2014


Chelsea Football Club
Stamford Bridge
Fulham Road

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As resources become tighter and the demands made upon healthcare security services are ever increasing, the briefing aims to bring together up to 150 like-minded and interested delegates to address some of the challenges they face today.

Chair of the Association, Simon Whitehorn explained: “As budgets are increasingly squeezed we must continue to ensure the safety and security of patients, staff and visitors to our healthcare facilities. By bringing together a range of speakers we will be able to share best practice and vital learning in what is an essential function of our organisations”.

Featuring speakers with both a clinical and non-clinical background, the conference will enable delegates to network with colleagues from across the country. The conference will be of particular interest to Healthcare Security Managers, Mental Health and Dementia Leads and those interested in methods that deal with challenging behaviour.

Exhibition Organised By:
Ascent Events   For more information please email
or call 01892 530027
VIP Conference Sponsor:
Corps Security

Conference Agenda

Time Presentation Speaker(s)
10:00 - 10:30 Arrivals/Tea & Coffee  
10:30 - 10:40 Welcome Simon Whitehorn
Chairman - NAHS
10:40 - 11:10 Breaking Down the Boundaries Between In-house and Outsourced Service Delivery Colin Holland
Head of Public Sector - Total Security Management
11:10 - 11:30 Electronic Locks do so Much More Than Secure a Door Richard Eastburn
UK Sales & Marketing Manager - Assa Abloy
11:30 - 12:10 How to Gain Assurance Around CCTV & DPA Legislation Compliance Darren Rewston
Managing Director - CheckMySystems Ltd.
12:10 - 12:20 Healthcare Security Officer Training - Approved by the NAHS Jim O'Dwyer
Consultant/Trainer - AEGIS Protective Services
12:20 - 12:30 Morning Reflection Steve Davies
Conference Chair - NAHS
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch & Networking  
13:30 - 14:00 The Good Practice Group supporting the NHS & the revised ICO CCTV Code of Practice Kai Winterbottom
Good Practice Group Manager - Information Commissioner's Office
14:00 - 14:20 Global Terrorism - Addressing the Challenge Mike Bluestone
Director of Security Consulting - Corps Security
14:20 -15:20 Policing & Criminal Justice for People with Mental Ill Health Inspector Michael Brown
Police Inspector - College of Policing/West Midlands Police
15:20 - 15:30 ASIS International - An Overview Mike Hurst
Vice Chairman - ASIS UK
15:30 - 15:45 Evidencing the positive impact of enhanced traceability on acquisitive crime Alan Given
CEO - SmartWater Technology Ltd.
15:45 - 15:55 Final Questions Simon Whitehorn
Chairman - NAHS
15:55 - 16:00 Farewell Peter Finch
President - NAHS

Conference Feedback

"Just a quick line to congratulate you and our NAHS Exec Team for what I consider to have been a spectacularly located event with a very pertinent list of keynote speakers. Proud to be a member – keep up the great work."
Ronald H. Faulds - NHS Local Security Management Specialist

"The event gave me everything I expected plus the chance to talk to others in the NHS and especially those who offer services."
NHS Security Officer

"The key note speaker was by far the most thought provoking as mental health and the way in which acute hospitals deal with those who are afflicted by this are so far apart in service delivery but still have the same issues to resolve."
NHS Security Officer

"I believe it’s vital that LSMS’s and the wider NHS security managers are members and have a voice nationally."
Sean Keown - Security Managment Specialist, East Mids Ambulance Trust

Lead Sponsors: Sponsors: Supported By:
Assa Abloy
Guardian Staff Safety Systems
Warrior Doors
The Security Institute
Media Supporters:    
Hospital Bulletin   Risk UK