BPA invites debate on parking patrol staff regulation

Keith Banbury, Chief Executive of the BPA, is calling for an industry-wide discussion to debate the place of car park patrol staff within the guidelines released by the Security Industry Association (SIA).
top_bpalogo.jpgThe BPA is concerned that the role of car park patrol staff may constitute a security job, which will consequently require SIA licensing. This would have serious repercussions for car park operators and owners.

Entitled ‘Parking & the Private Security Industry Act’, this breakfast conference is scheduled to take place on 3 July at One Great George Street, London between 8.30am and 1pm (8.30 – 9.30: breakfast and networking; 9.30 – 1.00: presentations and debate). The price for BPA members is L95 per person (L125 for non-members).

Members are encouraged to attend, and those interested should contact Alison Tooze on (01444) 447300/312 or via email
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