Workshop A: Risk and line managers: Achieving collective adherence

Post Conference Workshop – Friday 28 October

Workshop A: 13:00-1600

Risk and line managers: Achieving collective adherence

Across all areas of risk management it is essential that all personnel are able to comprehend and apply the processes designed to protect against adverse performance. In achieving this the role of line managers is crucial in promoting the right culture and in supporting organisational coherence.

  • Selecting the key motivators of each line manager
  • Incentivising interest with clear examples of the benefits
  • Simplifying and adapting processes to meet each unique structure
  • Engaging to make communication clear, concise, and impactful


About your workshop leader:

Pete Dalton, formerly Thames Valley Police (UK)


Pete Dalton was employed by Thames Valley Police for 28 years and held roles as the Head of Proection – Chief Inspector for 5 years and Counter Terrorism Security Coordinator – Chief Inspector for 6 years. Before a career in the police Pete was a Lance Corporal in the British Army for 5 years and now leads PAD Command Consultnacy assisting organisations around the world with crowded space, protective security and counter-terrorism advice.