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December 16 Hotel Security Workshop

Hotel Asia Pacific Bali Security Workshop Will Feature Region's Top Experts.


Bali News: December 16 Hotel Security Workshop
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(12/7/2002)

The Hotel Asia-Pacific Security Workshop to be held at the Bali International Convention Center (BICC) on Monday, December 16, 2002, will draw some of the region's top talent in the fields of hotel security and combating terrorism.

Lead investigator in the October terror attack, Police Inspector General Drs. Made Mangku Pastika has been invited to deliver the workshop's keynote address. Meanwhile, representatives from the U.S. Government's Regional Security Office and the Australian Federal Police have expressed their willingness to participate in the workshop to be attended by senior hotel management, hotel owners, restaurant and nightspot operators, and other interested members of the community.

Some of the topics to be covered at the workshop include the latest technologies available to enhance security, training techniques, case studies from other destinations, and a session on crisis management.

In cooperation with local police authorities, the organizers are also hope to present a live demonstration by the island's elite mobile brigade charged with fighting terror.

A Sponsored Event

Admission to the event is essentially free. Bali participants are being asked to make a Rp. 100,000 donation to the Casa Grande Relief Fund, an amount that will be entirely used to assist needy local charitable projects. The cost of the workshop including coffee breaks, venues, luncheon, bi-lingual workshop materials and certificates of participation will be covered by four main sponsors: Starwood Hotels, Hyatt International, Six Continent Hotels, and Shangri-La Hotels.

Hotel Asia-Pacific the region's leading professional publication for the hospitality industry has spearheaded the workshop as a response to the terror attack of October 12th on a Bali nightspot.

Register on Line

Limited seating is available to qualified participants who are urged to register on line as soon as possible. On line registration is also available for a second Hotel Security Workshop scheduled for Thursday, January 9, 2002, in Jakarta. Register Online.

Professional conference and meeting management for this event is provided by Bali Discovery Tours.

Sponsored By:

Hotel Asia PacificHyatt International

Shangri-La Hotels and ResortsStarwood Hotels

Six Continents Hotels


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