Gathering the top professionals in the field of sports safety and security only puts in mind the NCS4 which is going to be held this July 11-13, 2017 at Orlando, FL trade show rentals, Florida, featured by unique exhibit design companies. Safeguarding the assets and spectators have always been very important, thus, a wholesome environment dedicated to security and safety technologies, products, services and education are highlighted in this year’s conference and exhibition.
From ID-checking software and social media monitoring to the latest in security cameras and metal detectors, the ways and means of keeping fitness facilities safe and secure are constantly changing. But security is about more than just the latest technological advances. Attendees are in for more data, better strategies and more help available to sport facility managers than ever before.
In the past, awardings were also part of the event which usually bring in a lot of attendees to show the gratitude of the industry in demonstration outstanding leadership in addressing safety and security in the field of sports safety and security. The award usually given to recognize a young professional of the sports safety and security field, who has shown an integral part of improved integration with risk management.
NCS4 or National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security supports the advancement of sport safety and security through training, professional development, academic programs and research. NCS4 collaborates with professional leagues, open access events, intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics, along with professional associations, private sector firms, and government agencies. Many people attend the convention because it is a critical resource for sport venue managers, event managers, first responders, and other key stakeholders.
Keynote speeches in the past were one of the highlights of the conference. Panel discussions and appreciation awards were highlighted as well. More than 300 attendees annually had attended in the past years, including vendor exhibits, enthusiasts, security companies, sports industry runners, and big players in the national sports safety and security. It strongly indicates that top professionals are gathered in the conference to create an environment accessible to the latest knowledge, technologies, and strategies to deal with security challenges, managing spectator sports events, learning community preparedness, understanding the new standards for effective security management training and even customer satisfaction techniques.
The mood of the entire conference is heavily dependent on the exhibit design companies that helped NCS4 stage this year’s conference. Current trends and best practices are shared to the community during the talks and discussions. The conference will focus solely on the sports safety and security industry, but it will emphasize the need to share global knowledge and perspectives. The gathering of top professionals in the field of national sports safety and security will provide ample offerings and learning potential designed to increase operational performance, implementation efficiency, and networking opportunity that connects the established with new players in the industry. Feel free to check out the website of Blazer Exhibits & Events for more details about the events this July.