Webinar – Contracting Private Security Companies: Risks & Responsibilities in a Changing Market
September 25, 2019 •
October 17, 2019. Register now for this one-hour webinar brought to you by ICoCA & The Voluntary Principles.
The demand for services offered by private security companies is growing exponentially around the world. So what are the risks and responsibilities that clients of security companies take on when they contract these service providers? Join a panel of experts and practitioners and bring your own questions for an interactive webinar as we consider the following:
- What are internationally recognized best practices for the management of security services?
- Do the clients of private security companies have a duty of care, and if so, to whom?
- What are the implications for clients contracting private security companies as the range of services these companies provide grows and as the environments in which they operate becomes increasingly complex?
- What are the challenges in contracting responsible local providers whose operations meet international best practice when the number of companies offering security services is rapidly increasing?
Contracting Private Security Companies: Risks & Responsibilities in a Changing Market
When: 17 October, 2019, 16:00-17:00 CET
Where: Online webinar
Register at ICoCA’s website or clicking here.
· Dr. Deborah Avant, Sié Chéou-Kang Chair for International Security and Diplomacy, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, USA
· Jonathan C. Drimmer, Strategic Advisor, Voluntary Principles Initiative & Partner, Paul Hastings, Washington DC, USA
· Capt (Rtd) Jonathan Merimug, Operations Manager, Ekosowan Security Express Services Ltd, Kenya
· Nick Rowe, Project Manager Security Services Tullow Oil, KK Security, Kenya
Chris Galvin, Head of Communications & Outreach, ICoCA, Switzerland