10.03.21 - Webinar: Advancements in Knife Protection

Wednesday, 10th March 2021 at 10:00am

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Date: Wednesday 10th March 2021

Time: 10:00am

Details: This webinar is for Security Institute Members and guests

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We are delighted to be joined by Colin Mackinnon of PPSS Group. PPSS Group is entirely dedicated to the design, development and manufacture of high performance body armour: including stab resistant vests, bullet resistant vests, slash resistant clothing and bite resistant clothing.

In this webinar we will be looking at why there is an operational need for Body Armour in the UK security and front line. Technical differences, type of certification, operational risks, threats, and what body armour will protect against. Differences between ballistic protection and stab vest technology. Protection, Blunt force trauma, weight, fatigue, heat, and wearability. Covert or Overt body armour. Cost. Other types of protective clothing.

You can earn 2 CPD points for attending this webinar

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Starts: Wednesday, March 10th 2021 at 10:00am

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Timezone: Europe/London
Bookings close: March 10th 2021


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