Protect Duty is a proposed public space legislation which will set out standards to protect patrons and the general public from terrorist attacks when in crowded spaces.
This could include settings such as pubs, shopping centres, music venues, parks, places of worship and any other place where gatherings of people occur.
Lorraine Hellend, Business Development Manager at Westminster Group will be speaking about the implications of Protect Duty at the upcoming “Event Production Show” at the Excel Exhibition centre in London.
Lorraine has worked in the security sector for over 30 years, her experience comprises of 15 years working with HM prison service, then Aviation Security, progressing to become an AVSEC trainer, qualified Aviation Security Manager and Cargo manager – undertaking duties in the UK as well as Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Lorraine is now focusing her extensive expertise on the upcoming “Protect Duty” where aviation style security is set to be implemented as a legal requirement for Public Accessible Locations (PAL’s)
Westminster Group has been working to produce a range of advice and solutions for businesses and institutions of all sizes, so when Protect Duty is made into Law (possibly summer 2022) they can become compliant and prepare for the upcoming changes.
Many businesses fear that ‘Protect Duty’ will be financially crippling, However, Westminster is the only security organisation offering a wide range of solutions for technology and financing.
Westminster’s unique solution will enable organisations to implement a financially RISK FREE compliant range of security equipment – with no upfront costs. Regardless of fluctuations in ticketing numbers, Westminster is committed to providing world class support and compliance.
Westminster is the most flexible security partner in the industry, working with a multitude of manufacturers to ensure your security needs are met.
To learn more about Westminster’s “Protect Duty” offering, visit our Protect Duty page.
The Event Production Show
Dedicated to the live events industry across sports, music and culture. EPS brings together event professionals from every sector; from event promoters, festival organisers, production companies, corporate event planners, charities, experiential and marketing agencies, local authorities, government bodies and everything in between and beyond.
Visitors can experience a showcase of the latest products and services and find everything they need to put on their future events, from staging, AV, equipment hire, event technology, temporary structures, security and much more.
You will see, learn and meet more people here in two days than you can in months of research and calls from your place of work.
Register to attend here.