Protecting Those Working Alone Key Objective of LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011

The key objective of the LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011 Conference & Exhibition is to create a platform for professionals to exchange information, recommendations and codes of practice in reference to lone buy phentermine usa online worker safety.

“We wanted to provide all colleagues who share our genuine passion for lone worker safety with specific and up-to-date information, which will go far beyond theory alone” said Robert Kaiser, the organiser and CEO of PPSS.

Organisations from the public and private sector have already expressed a great interest according to Mr Kaiser.

Manufacturer of the UK’s leading lone worker protection device Connexion2, has been the first industry leading company securing their headline sponsorship for LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011.

Craig Swallow, CEO of Connexion2 said: “We are very pleased once again to be associated with this event. Last year was very well organised with some extremely valuable content provided by a number of quality speakers. If you are interested in lone worker safety this event is a must.”

Robert Kaiser also announced today that Professional Witnesses Ltd will be the second headline sponsor.

“I am absolutely delighted to have one of the UK’s leading and most respected security solutions providers on board.  Trevor Barton MBE, Chairman of Professional Witness Ltd, is undoubtedly one of the most respected security experts, after 32 years within the police force and having been Chief Superintendent of Greater Manchester Police.”

Robert Kaiser added: “For me personally it was the key objective to partner up with headline sponsors and a media partner who I felt genuinely care about the personal safety of those working alone and are widely respected in this industry.  I believe we have done exactly this.”

Should you have any questions in reference to the LONE WORKER SAFETY 2011 Conference & Exhibition, then please feel free to contact PPSS on +44 (0) 845 5193 95, email or visit

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