Proceeds from this event will be donated to the We Love Manchester Fund
Acts of terrorism can be targeted at individuals, public spaces and organisations. Designers, Principal Designers and Clients need to consider the spaces that they are designing and to use the best information and resources available, to safeguard them (as far as is reasonably practicable).
Clive Johnson, Group Head of Health, Safety and Security for Land Securities, will provide real, practical insight into the application of anti-terrorism measures within the built environment. He will also discuss how Land Securities are addressing the changing climate around the threat of terrorism.
His talk will also include an introduction to:
• PAS 68 which is the BSi’s specificiation for vehicle security barriers and the benchmark for Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM)
• PAS 69 which provides guidance on the selection, installation and use of vehicle security barriers.
• The PSIA tool
About the speaker
Clive Johnson’s role at Land Securities is to ensure health, safety and security compliance accross the property portfolio including shopping centres, retail parks and leisure, residential and development projects. Clive is also Chair of the Construction Clients Leadership and a council member at IIRSM, as well as a founding member of Health in Construction Leadership Group, where he is Chair.
6.00pm: Registration and refreshments
6.30pm: Event start
8.00pm: Event finish
We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and venue donation
This was page was originally posted on the 17th May before the bombing in Manchester took place. APS Yorkshire Regional Committee have subsequently decided to donate proceeds from this event to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund in view of the tragic events of May 22nd. The Yorkshire Regional Committee would also like to thank Carrwood Park for donating the hire fee for the venue (£100) to the fund.