The London 2012 Games has produced an extremely high level of expertise in major event management. The learning from previous Games and other world level sporting events is unsurpassed and the race is now on to embed best practice into similar planning processes. The UK is already turning its attention to Glasgow as hosts of the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the immense responsibility for safety and security this brings. The 2014 Games will require the same intensity of planning, communication, co-ordination and delivery if the national and international athletes, support teams, dignitaries and spectators are to be kept free of the current risks and threats. The City Security and Resilience Networks (CSARN) is pleased to present this 'must attend' conference as an opportunity to discuss the criticality and complexity of the main areas of risk and how they can be mitigated.
Who should attend?
- Security, business continuity and resilience directors and practitioners from the public, private and third sectors
- IT, communications and system managers
- Board members
- HR directors
- Emergency planners
- Academics and security analysts
Please note all CSARN events are held under the Chatham House Rule.
Hamish Cameron /
London Resilience Manager, London Resilience Team, Greater London Authority
Chris Needham-Bennett /
Managing Director, Needhams1834
Richard Tolley /
Head of Sports and Events Practice for EMEA, Marsh
Mandy Rutter /
John Botterill /
Justin Crump /
Richard Bingley /