Brian Sims

TINYg finalises agenda for Corporate Security and Protect Duty Conference

TINYg, THE not-for-profit global counter-terrorism information network, has unveiled the programme for its Summer 2022 Corporate Security and Protect Duty Conference, which takes place from noon until 5.30 pm on Wednesday 1 June at MediaCityUK in Manchester.

Keynote speaker on the day will be Dean Haydon (Deputy Assistant Commissioner at the Metropolitan Police Service).

There’s also going to be a panel discussion featuring several industry leaders including Russ Jackson (former Assistant Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police who led the Public Inquiry into the Manchester Arena terrorist attack), Jason Hallahan (head of the London Ambulance Service’s counter-terrorism operations), Simon Adair (director of safety, security and resilience at the BBC), Steven Kenny (industry liaison for architecture and engineering at network surveillance solutions specialist Axis Communications), Jason Towse (managing director of Mitie’s security operation) and Barry Palmer (head of security and Health and Safety at Tate Museums).

Duty of Care

While the fight against terrorism and extremism is primarily a matter for Governments and law enforcement organisations, employers also have a duty of care to their employees, customers and shareholders alike to mitigate risks and ensure that, in the event of a catastrophic incident of any kind, they are well prepared for the consequences and have trained and supported their staff and briefed and prepared their operations appropriately.

Both natural and man-made disasters are here to stay and, although largely unpredictable, it’s not acceptable for corporations to be unprepared. TINYg has been working with corporations, law enforcement authorities and Governments since its launch in 2006 and boasts a strong track record of providing expert advice, information, training and support.

In essence, the TINYg network provides practising professionals with essential, timely, accurate and relevant terrorism-related global situational awareness. This allows professionals operating in both the private and public sectors to be better informed in relation to their own threat analyses, vulnerability identification, risk mitigation and business continuity measures.

Current sponsors of TINYg are Mitie, Axis Communications, Bidvest Noonan, Universal Security Systems, Esoteric, Ward Security, Global Aware International, Covenant Security Solutions, Doyle Security Services and Servoca Secure Solutions.

Location and booking details

MediaCityUK is a 200-acre, mixed-use property development on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal in Salford, Greater Manchester. The project was developed by Peel Media. Its principal tenants are media organisations and the Quayside MediaCityUK Shopping Centre. The land occupied by the development was part of the Port of Manchester and Manchester Docks.

The MediaCityUK tram stop is part of the Metrolink light railway system serving Greater Manchester. Trams run to Piccadilly via Harbour City and Cornbrook. Across the Media City Footbridge, the ‘Trafford Park Line’ Metrolink extension has a stop at the adjacent Imperial War Museum.

In terms of vehicular access, the Broadway Link Road joins the site to the motorway at Junction 2. The multi-storey car park comprises 11 floors of parking above the development's energy centre and commercial units.

Frequent bus services are provided from the site by Go North West’ Orbits 53 for links to Oxford Road, the Etihad Campus and Cheetham Hill. Stagecoach Manchester’s services link MediaCityUK to East Didsbury, Manchester Piccadilly bus station, Salford Central and Salford Crescent railway stations, the University of Salford and Salford Shopping Centre.

A number of lower frequency routes are operated by Diamond Bus North West.

*Book your delegate place now by visiting the TINYg Conferences booking platform

Company Info

Security Matters

Western Business Media
Dorset House
64 High Street
East Grinstead
RH19 3DE

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