HME’s 2nd security & safety summit now underway
How to survive armed gunmen, car bombs, pandemics and tower fires - the best in hotel security are giving their best practice tips
Hotelier Middle East’s second annual Security & Safety Summit has now begun, with Colonel Mohammad Rashid Bin Saree Al Muhairi of the Dubai CID kicking off the conference.
Colonel Al Muhairi is addressing best practice in how hotels and the police can work together to reduce crime and keep both residents and hotel guests safest, as well as how Dubai police can partner with hotels to increase security.
Our speakers for the day include Marc Josselin, operations director, Whispering Bell; Dr. Athol Yates, assistant professor, Institute for International and Civil Security at Khalifa University; Karen Bennet-Jones, HSE department at Jumeirah Beach Hotel; Dr. Moin Fikree, clinical director of the Emergency & Trauma Centre, Rashid Hospital; and many more.
Topics will include how to survive bomb and gunmen attacks, how safety and security can help hotels generate revenue and scenario planning and brainstorming sessions on best practice for pandemics, hotel fires and more.
Hotelier and attendees will be tweeting throughout the day using the hashtag #SecurityAndSafety2015 so follow it throughout the day for interesting quotes, statistics and facts.
If you or someone from your company is at the event, tweet us directly for mentions and retweets.