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Door supervision covered in Safer Doors Conference in October

BII (British Institute Of Innkeeping) : 17 September, 2008  (Company News)
The BII will be attending the Safer Doors Conference in Bridlington in support of door supervisors for the UK leisure industry
BII will be showcasing its support for door supervisors worked in the licensed trade at the fourth national Safer Doors Conference on Thursday 6th November 2008 at Bridlington Spa Royal Hall in Bridlington, East Yorkshire.

The conference is the only one in the UK specifically for the door supervision industry and invites door supervisors, line managers, directors and owners of leisure security companies, training professionals, equipment suppliers, police forces, local authorities and end users to attend. The event provides attendees with the opportunity to learn what's new in the sector and expand their knowledge of the leisure security industry, as well as network and socialise with others.

Topics covered at the conference will include:.

* Getting ACS approval
* Drug facilitated sexual assault
* New corporate manslaughter laws
* Drug dogs in pubs and clubs
* SIA's plans for re-training

The speaker line up will include: Mike Wilson, CEO of SIA; Tony Hollyland of SIA; Geoff Woodcock, ACS assessor and consultant; Alan Savill of Mannix Security; Andy Perkins and Claire Vanneck from Leicester University; Graham Rhodes of Roofie Foundation; and David Ottewill from Camberford Law.

There will be a separate exhibition running alongside the conference where delegates can have access to a vast array of providers of equipment, training and support services. BII will be exhibiting and experts from the professional body and its awarding body BIIAB will be on hand to explain all the benefits of membership and industry-related qualifications.

The event runs from 9am to 6pm and costs just £149.00 per delegate.
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