Hotelier's Safety and Security Summit under way

Event taking place at The Ritz-Carlton DIFC in Dubai

At the inaugural Hotelier Middle East Safety & Security Summit.
At the inaugural Hotelier Middle East Safety & Security Summit.

The inaugural Hotelier Middle East Safety and Security Summit is under way in Dubai, providing delegates with an opportunity to take a strategic look at the way they are protecting their guests and properties.

Taking place at The Ritz-Carlton DIFC in Dubai, the event is expected to attract around 100 delegates from the region.

Among the sessions is one panel discussion on working effectively with police, ambulance and civil defence, and another on integrating the security and safety department into hotel operations.

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There will also be a presentation on providing quality security services in the hospitality industry, as well as a session on building a proactive company-wide security and safety culture.

Speakers and panelists at today's even include Hilton Worldwide MEA security director Mohamed Suliman and Jumeirah Group director of health, safety & environment Craig Cunningham.

The sponsors and exhibitors at the inaugural Hotelier Middle East Security and Safety Summit are Arecont Vision, VingCard Elsafe, World Security and Meat & Livestock Australia.

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