We are pleased to invite you to our Blue Light Spring seminar taking place in Birmingham on Wednesday 13 March 2019.
Sessions to include:
Prosecution of drivers of emergency service vehicles
This session will outline some of the offences that drivers of emergency service vehicles could be prosecuted for and the CPS' charging guidance for such drivers and the inquest process.
If a driver of an emergency service vehicle was involved in a fatal road traffic inquest but was not prosecuted for an offence, the Coroner would then hold an inquest. While an inquest is an inquisitorial rather than an adversarial process and the Coroner is explicitly prevented from apportioning blame, if the Coroner felt that there was a risk of deaths occurring in similar circumstances in the future then they could issue a Regulation 28 report, otherwise known as a report to prevent future deaths.
This is a reputational concern and is something that all organisations want to avoid.
The matrix reloaded
An exploration of the latest thinking and best practice in the use of risk matrices.
This session will review risk matrices currently used by regulators and other organisations to improve our own risk management frameworks.
Risk matrix practitioners workshop
This session will review the different approaches by police, fire and ambulance and sharing good practice for risk matrices.
It’s an opportunity for members to bring along their own risk matrices for comparison purposes and to identify ways of how these can be improved upon from today’s event.
Richard Baldwin, Force Risk and Business Continuity Advisor, Northampton Police will also update members on the MoRiLE Project and how this will impact current risk frameworks in the future.
This event is FREE to attend for ALARM full and associate members.
View our bookings terms and conditions including our cancellation policy.
Places at this event are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis therefore we recommend you book early to guarantee your place.