The changing face of terrorism – The interface of safety and security

The changing face of terrorism – The interface of safety and security
  • Thu 10 Dec 2015 6:00 PM -
    Thu 10 Dec 2015 8:30 PM

  • Dunchurch Park Hotel,
    Rugby Road,
    United Kingdom

    CV22 6QW

  • Branch meeting

    Midland Branch

  • This event is free to attend


Looking at the safety and security aspects of terrorism from the IRA through to the current day.


Ian Mansfield, MBE, served as a City of London Police Officer for just over 32 years, 16 of which were spent in the Counter Terrorism Section.

His role in the Police saw him primarily engaging with the City of London Community to ensure they were kept informed about the threat to the UK and changing methodologies, and how to respond should an attack take place. Ian was also part of the original team that put together a Police/Private sector Counter Terrorism partnership which was launched in 2004 and has since been adopted across the UK and internationally.

In 2014 Ian was awarded the MBE for his services to Counter Terrorism.

What's in it for you?

The role a health and safety professional plays when considering the security threats from terrorism, responses to incidents and the Police expectation in relation to self-management

Who should attend

Members and guests welcome.

What you need to know

There is plenty of free parking and an IOSH banner will be on display to indicate the meeting location – normally the Garden Room Suite. Members and guests will be welcomed by the ‘meet and greet’ team.

A hot buffet is available at 18:00 and networking until 19:00 when the meeting commences. We aim to finish the around 20:30 but questions may run on for a short while.

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