Defence Safety 2021

Supported by the UK MoD Defence Safety Authority
  • Start Date October 4, 2021
  • End Date October 5, 2021
  • Attendance Trade/Professional Only
  • Venue London, UK, United Kingdom

The 4th Annual Defence Safety Conference will return to London this October as the only event of its kind focused on enhancing safety across all aspects of defence.

Supported by the UK MoD Defence Safety Authority for the fourth year in a row, this meeting is unparalleled in its ability to bring together senior safety practitioners from across global defence to discuss how to save lives and protect capability.

KEY REASONS TO ATTEND:

  • The only event specifically focused on defence safety and supported by senior leaders across international armed forces
  • Supported by C-Level industry executives
  • Key briefings from duty holders, regulators and operators from Land, Air and Maritime domains
  • Over 280 attendees, from 18 nations in 2020 – more expected this year!

For 2021, the principle focus areas will be; Simplifying Safety, the certification and safety assurance of autonomous vehicles and cyber security. Last year we began looking at how Simplifying Safety would lead to better adoption and execution of safety across core Defence assets, this year we will extend that to look at how new platforms and systems could benefit from leaner but equally comprehensive safety strategies. The rise of robotic and autonomous systems in the land environment requires new training and certification processes.

REGISTER ONLINE AT: http://www.defencesafety.com/USTWL

Active military personnel and government employees will be granted FREE ADMISSION to the event. However, to attend this event PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED on the event website, which is subject to final approval by the conference organiser.

COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS:

Any commercial organisations who wish to attend, sponsor, speak and/or exhibit the conference should contact Sadia Malick on +44 (0) 207 827 6748 or [email protected]

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