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Olympic Delivery Authority to hold security industry day

12 October 2007

Companies with an interest in the following fields are invited to attend this industry day on 24th October are invited to enrol..

The ODA requires a significant security solution to support its delivery of the venues and infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This requirement is to meet the security and safety needs during the construction and legacy phases of the Olympic Park. Companies with an interest in the following fields are invited to attend this industry day:

Access control: to enable authorised personnel and vehicle entry into the Olympic Park construction site.

CCTV, IDS and lighting: Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), security lighting systems and Intruder Detection Systems (IDS) to be integrated with, and form a part of, the perimeter security.

Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence (C3i): integration of a wide range of systems to ensure a coordinated and secure flow of information between command nodes and security systems.

Screening: screening at vehicle and personnel access points as well as vessels, trains and materials.

Security Guarding and Systems Operation: the full range of security guarding services required for a construction project, including the provision of security guards and staff to operate systems.

This event is designed to provide further information on the scope, programme and key features on this upcoming procurement process. A maximum of 300 people will be invited to attend, with a maximum of two attendees from each company. Please email by 10.00 am on the 17 October 2007 to register your interest.

Please continue to check for the latest information on the 2012 project.

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