As new legislation heralds big changes for security in public spaces, Oracle Vision is bringing together senior leaders from NHS Trusts across the North to discuss the impact for their sites. Join us for the Security in Hospitals Industry Summit – it’s an event you do not want to miss. Get the diary out now and book your place.
Join us on Thursday 2nd December at Oracle Vision HQ, here in the stunning Nostell Estate, Wakefield, WF4 1AB. From 12noon to 2pm, meet your peers for an exclusive roundtable event, where you’ll be invited to discuss:
- A pulse-check on the current situation in our public health spaces
- The latest updates on the government’s newest consultation surrounding public spaces and how technology can play a part
- A roadmap to the future of hospital security, including bespoke lockdown planning and the move towards modern Emergency Departments
Network with like-minded folks before enjoying a delicious lunch in our gorgeous surroundings. Expert speakers will share their two-pennies’ worth, then you’ll have your chance to have a proper chinwag together. There’ll be plenty of opportunity to hear how other hospitals and healthcare organisations are responding to the changes, and to ask each other questions. Afterwards, stick around for a demonstration of the latest technology from one of our security partners, with free-giveaways to take back and try out.
Places are free, and are open to senior decision-makers in hospital and healthcare organisations.
Book your place at the Security in Hospitals Industry Summit
To book your place, please email email@example.com before Friday 29th November. Note that places are very limited to ensure we can all have a proper chat – book early to avoid disappointment.
The Oracle Vision team are experts in helping large, complex organisations with their security, and we know a thing or two about hospital security. To learn more about what we do, from CCTV installation to fire detection, take a look at our case study. Want a bit more information? Get in touch – we’d love to have a chat.