The Largest Commercial And Homeland Security Exhibition And Conference Held In East Africa

Securexpo East Africa | Security & Fire Exhibition and Conference Securexpo East Africa | Security & Fire Exhibition and Conference Securexpo East Africa | Security & Fire Exhibition and Conference

The Largest Commercial And Homeland Security Exhibition And Conference Held In East Africa

Day 1

Day 1

See below the conference agenda for Day one of the Securexpo 2018 East Africa conference:


Time Description Speaker
10.30 – 11.00

East African security industry & trends overview

What are the key elements facing the East African security industry and gain an understanding into the current statistics from the private security sector. This presentation will also highlight the security landscape for East Africa. What are the major security risks facing this industry and how is business equipped to tackle these risks?

Collins Onyango Oduor

CyberPro Africa Limited

11.30 – 12.00

Innovation & Tech Developments: Disruptive Security Trends

The tech revolution, as commonplace as it may seem nowadays, continues to barrel forward, and 2018 will see some of the most innovative and evolutionary disruptions we have seen thus far. There will be more connection, more automation, and an increasing shift towards incorporating AI (artificial intelligence) in analysing data from various security technologies (video, biometrics, etc.)

Terry Macharia

First Nexus Company

12.30 – 13.00

Security of critical infrastructure- the missing link between private sector and the government

The aim of this presentation on critical infrastructure security is to highlight the disconnect between the government and private sector where serious security lapses exist and could be exposed to security breaches. From the presentation we shall be able to come up with viable suggestions on how to overcome these gaps

Twalib Mbarak

Kenya Electricity Generating Company

13.30 – 14.00

Fire Safety: Risk Assessments & Skills TrainingSESSION

Every year people are killed and injured in fires at work, and the financial consequences of fire can be devastating, with some companies never recovering. It makes good sense therefore to protect your staff and your business from fire.  Legally under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 the vast majority of business premises must have had a suitable fire Risk Assessment conducted, and employers must ensure that their employees are provided with adequate safety training. Find out how these mechanisms are actively implemented in the Kenyan workplace.

Fatih Chepkorir

Mather + Platt

14.30 – 15.00

Adherence Of Fire Standards: The Do’s And Don’t’sOF FIRE STANDARDS: THE DO’S AND DON’T’s

Standards for fire prevention, detection and suppression solutions are readily available – the question is why is there such a lack of adherence? This presentation features the reality of understanding the application of standards in the Kenyan Fire market, what skills & certifications are required and what should end users do to attempt to adhere to these standards?

Davis Ochillo

Directorate of Occupational Safety and Health Services

15.30 – 16.00

Overcoming The Limitations Of Traditional Smoke Detection: Addressing The Risk Of Fire Safety In Buildings

Large open spaces – airports, train stations, stadia and shopping malls – pose unique challenges to reliable fire detection due to their environmental nature and limitations. Gain an understanding into the technology & solutions established for open area smoke detection (OSID) and the benefits of effective detection.

Phillip Kariuki

Morison Engineering Ltd

Keep up to date with the conference agenda

Securexpo East Africa will be running a Free to attend conference alongside the exhibition. This will consist of three days of talks that run periodically throughout the day. Both local and international speakers will be talking on various topics that surround the industry.

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