Reveal media announce support for LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011 Conference & Exhibition
Online PR News – 06-January-2011 – – UK based Reveal Media, dominant provider of body worn video recording and management solutions in the UK have now announced their support for the LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011 Conference & Exhibition.
Reveal Media has sold to over 50% of the Police forces in England and Wales as well as a growing number of organisations employing lone workers.
With the rising importance of employers' duty of care in mind, body worn video has well proven benefits in the field of lone worker safety.
Alasdair Field, CEO of Reveal Media said: “In many lone worker situations there is potential for confrontation with members of the public which can result in verbal abuse, violence and false accusations, and a reliable record of events, provides a safer working environment”.
“We are delighted to support this event again and look forward to another extremely informative, thought provoking and enjoyable day”, Alasdair Field added.
LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011 Conference & Exhibition will also feature some of the UK’s leading lone worker tracking devices, lone worker alarms and personal alarms.
Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS, the company behind this annual event said: “We really care about lone worker safety and we will make sure this conference reflects our genuine passion for this subject.”
“We wish to offer anyone involved in lone working the great opportunity to familiarise themselves with the latest technical developments and products improving their personal safety”.
Some of the most respected and renowned experts in this field will also deliver talks on this very important issue, offering tried and tested suggestions, policies and ideas in order to reduce the risk of workplace violence related injures.
This year’s event will take place on the 10th May 2011 at the Olympia Conference Centre in London. Tickets are available now.
Should you have any questions in reference to the above event, then please feel free to contact PPSS on +44 (0) 845 5193 953, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ppss-loneworkersafety.co.uk