About The Event
2017 was a difficult year for the UK. From fatal fires to multiple terrorist attacks, the emergency response community has been hard at work responding to and recovering from major incidents around the country. While response efforts have been commended by many, it is also important to learn from past incidents and ensure that we’re all working together to achieve a stronger and more resilient future.
MIER 2018 offers an opportunity to discuss evolving threats, best practice in emergency planning and ways forward to strengthen multi-agency responses. Providing delegates with practical and first-hand advice, Major Incidents & Emergency Response 2018 explores the latest thinking on responding efficiently to major incidents.
The Baroness Harris of Richmond DL
Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords
Lord Harris of Haringey
Author, An independent Review of London’s Preparedness to Respond To A Major Terrorist Incident
Deputy Director, Resilience and Emergencies Division, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Emergency Planning Consultant
Flood Recovery Specialist, National Flood Forum
Head of ResilienceDirect, Cabinet Office Civil Contingencies Secretariat
Commander Dean Haydon
Senior National Co-ordinator, Counter Terrorism Policing
Deputy Senior Responsible Officer, Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Principles (JESIP)
Editor of Fire Magazine and IFP
Dr Dave Sloggett
Alan Taylor Research Fellow, The University of Oxford
Safety and Security Officer, Transport Wing for West Midlands
Country Manager for Ireland and Executive Consultant, Braemar Response Limited
Development Manager, GB3