(CONCLUDED) DONG | 23rd March


CSARN – Victoria BID / Building Threats


The global media is in a constant state of reporting terrorist, single issue activist or armed attacks on buildings. The news streams detail the killed and injured who are targeted because they are non-believers of a given cause or faith. There is always more that we as crisis leaders can do. We need to focus our efforts on what can be achieved and match it with what we at most at risk from. Only then can we plan, train and recover quickly from such attacks. Buildings will always be a target and this CSARN 'Resilient Buildings' half-day briefing in the heart of the developing Victoria Business Improvement District will discuss the best methodology for your staff to prepare, manage and recover from spontaneous incidents. It therefore becomes a briefing not to be missed.

Areas to be covered are:

  • Responses required from staff and clients during an armed attack
  • Preparing and mapping your building to assist the emergency services
  • Target hardening and designing out possible attacks

Those who should attend:

  • Business continuity and resilience leaders
  • Emergency planners
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Local government representatives
  • Architects
  • Urban planners

Confirmed Speakers & Agenda

12:00 Registration and Lunch
12:30 Brett Lovegrove / CEO, CSARN - Chair of the day
Welcome from the Chair
12:40 Luana Avagliano / Head of ResilienceDirect, Civil Contingencies Secretariat
13:10 Matt Fox / Acting Inspector, Specialist Firearms Command SC&O19, Metropolitan Police Service
Run, Hide, Tell
13:40 UK Government Security Advisor
Latest protective security challenges and advances
14:10 Q & A
14:30 Coffee Break and networking
14:50 Russ Timpson / CEO, Horizonscan + organiser of the Tall Building Fire Safety Network
Tall Building Evacuation Strategies – Current Issues
15:20 Ken Holt / TPS Consult Ltd, Associate Director of Security, Explosion Effects and Risk Management
Blast Mitigation in the Build Environment
15:50 Q & A
16:00 Close

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