A Security Institute members only CPD event
Thursday, 11th July 2019 at 9:00am – Doors open at 8:30am
Date: 11th July 2019
Time: 09:00 - 16:30
Venue: Hinkley Point C Power Station, Bridgwater TA5 1UD
Sponsor: This event is kindly sponsored by Frank Cannon of EDF Energy and is co-hosted with G4S
Accommodation: Is available at either Hinkley Campus or Sedgemoor Campus. B&B £28.00 / Full board including dinner £35.00
About this event
This conference will discuss the challenges associated with protecting the largest construction site in Europe that employs over 5,500 multinational and ethnically-diverse workers across 80 contracted organisation.
It outlines the benefits of a strong client/contractor partnership in the delivery of a risk-proportionate and cost-efficient integrated security service whilst also meeting the stringent regulatory and legal requirements associated with the civilian nuclear industry.
Also in the agenda, two case studies will share how HPC created its workforce's strong security culture and its proven methodology used to match the dynamic security systems within a construction environment. The afternoon session will compare these challenges to those on a large London-based construction project, with a second session aimed at demonstrating how insider threat needs more than safeguarding priority information.
09:00 - Meet at the HPC park & ride at Cannington, near Bridgwater, Somerset.
09:05 - Registration, identification (UK photo ID required*), allocate site visitor passes, personnel and bag screening, board HPC bus.
09:25 - Depart Cannington to the HPC Construction Site.
09:40 - Enter and tour site construction areas (verbal tour guide provided throughout).
10:00 - Arrive at conference facility, collect refreshments and take seat.
10:20 - Welcome, safety protocols, housekeeping and agenda - Frank Cannon - EDF Energy.
10:45 - Security Partnering - Rich Osborne - EDF Energy & Al McBride - G4S.
11:10 - Security Culture - Frank Cannon - EDF Energy.
11:35 - HPC Security Vulnerability Assessment Process - Andy Hines & Richie Dray - EDF Energy.
12:00 - Plenary Q&A.
12:30 - A word from our sponsors - G4S UK.
12:40 - Lunch, viewing platform and networking opportunities.
13:40 - £5Bn Sewer - Bruce Braes - Jacobs UK.
14:15 - Insider Threat - Elizabeth - CPNI.
14:50 - Plenary Q&A.
15:30 - Networking opportunities.
16:15 - Board bus and travel back to Cannington park and ride**.
*Access will be denied without a photo ID – typically passport, driver’s licence or government provided ID card. Company ID cards will not be accepted.
**A limited minibus service will be available for delegates arriving late to move to/from the conference hall and P&R facilities. Prompt arrival is essential.
We can provide good quality accommodation at Hinkley Campus (immediately adjacent to the construction site) or Sedgemoor Campus, for those wishing to travel the night before.
Please book by clicking the following link: https://www.host-somerset.co.uk/.
Accommodation features two licensed bars, however there is a zero tolerance on alcohol and a random D&A policy (delegates are liable for alcohol screening at the Cannington P&R during conference registration).
All overnight guests are requested to declare their attendance at the SyI conference at the time of booking. We ask that you make a note on your ticket booking for this event if you have selected accommodation. We require prior knowledge of you accommodation arrangements at Hinkley Campus so that we can arrange for you to join the bus tour as it enters site.
Alternatively, you can drive to the Cannington P&R facility ready for a prompt get away at the end of the day (highly recommended). The preferred campus would be Sedgemoor which is a 10 to 15 minute drive to the Cannington Park & Ride.
Identification/Site Visitor Passes:
Please ensure that you have photographic ID to present on your arrival, as Hinkley Point C is heavily regulated by the ONR and quite often has to turn people away. This ID must match prior details given at the time of booking. Please also ensure that you complete all questions asked during the booking process for this event. All details will be checked at the Cannington Park and Ride site.
Delegates that originate from countries outside of the UK and do not hold a UK passport/driver’s licence need to make this clear at the earliest opportunity.
Can you please notify us at the time of booking if: you hold the title of Lord or Lady; you are a Member of Parliament; you are a member of the press, or a media partner of The Security Institute.
There is no need for PPE as we will not enter an active construction area, although good walking shoes are required to climb the scaffold type steps up to the elevated viewing gallery (on top of a three story building). Wearing smart office attire is recommended.
There will be an official photographer, as well as a cartoonist to record the events of the day. Illustrations and photographs may be used for publication in the SyI monthly newsletter and other communications only.
You can earn 10 formal CPD points for attending this event.
Thursday, July 11th 2019
Doors open: 8:30am
Bookings close: June 27th 2019