On Tuesday 14 March 2017, we will be holding their 2017 Stakeholder Conference at the Hallam Conference Centre, in London.
The focus is on partnership working. Our Chair, Elizabeth France and our CEO Alan Clamp will set out the Authority’s key priorities for the coming year during the event.
Our Chief Executive, Alan Clamp said:
"The theme for the day is working in partnership to protect the public. In addition to presentations, we will also be running workshops throughout the day. These are important because the feedback we get will inform the future of regulation and the work we do.
We know that networking is important to the industry so we have made extra time for everyone to meet each other. We have also reduced the delegate fee this year to try make it easier for members of the industry to come and share their views with us. Ultimately, this is a chance for the SIA and the industry to come together to discuss how we can do things better together".
During the conference, we will hold three discussion forums and workshops. They will look at the following topics:
Taking Responsibility for Standards
- Who has responsibility for standards?
- How do high standards give businesses competitive advantage?
Influencing Buyer Behaviour
- How can we encourage buyers' recognition of high quality?
- What is the role of the SIA?
- What should the private security industry do?
Developing Regulation in Partnership
- How can regulation be improved to help good businesses
- What should the SIA focus on?
Further information regarding speakers will be confirmed shortly
Date: Tuesday 14 March 2017.
Time: Registration 09:15am, start at 10:00am – 16:15pm
Location: Hallam Conference Centre, London
Price: £50 per delegate, including VAT (reduced from £95 last year) includes lunch and refreshments
The closing date for bookings is Thursday 9 March.
Click here for further information and to register.
- The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the United Kingdom, reporting to the Home Secretary under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001. The SIA's main duties are: the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities; and managing the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme.
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