Conference programme announced for The Emergency Services Show
Published on 4 September 2009
The challenging and complex nature of today's emergencies, from the current swine flu pandemic to natural disasters and terrorist attacks, makes it essential for individual agencies to work together to ensure a more effective response.
Now in its fourth year, The Emergency Services Show is leading the way by uniquely bringing together all emergency services, individual agencies and relevant organisations to provide an invaluable insight into the workings of the emergency services and associated agencies to promote collaboration.
The integral two day conference: "Planning, Response and Recovery" provides an exclusive opportunity to join decision makers from other agencies. This year's programme has just been announced and features a variety of expert speakers who will explore current strategic thinking and past, present and future challenges in emergency response.
Issues up for discussion will include the current swine flu pandemic, security issues surrounding the 2012 Olympics, the ongoing threat of terrorism, business continuity and mass emergency evacuation.
The networking opportunities presented by the conference are an invaluable way to develop interagency collaborations, initiatives and strategies and The Emergency Services Show provides an ideal environment to gain a better understanding of emergency response issues and a forum to debate these with like minded professionals.
Conference delegates will also be able to visit the free exhibition, which brings together category 1 and 2 responders, government departments, NGOs and voluntary organisations along with 350 trade exhibitors, giving unrivalled access to cutting edge technology and highlighting individual initiatives and working practices, encouraging inter agency co-operation.
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