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Sign up for Freelance Safety Consultations

Sign up for Freelance Safety Consultations
Wednesday, 21 June 2017 Written by Rory Peck Trust

Rory Peck Trust, Frontline Freelance Register and leading security experts have teamed up to provide free, one-to-one safety consultations for freelance journalists, photographers and filmmakers.  

Security advisors from organisations including 1st Option Safety, Andy Kain and Partners, AKE, Blue Mountain Group and Buzzfeed will be available on THURSDAY 13 JULY 2017, at London’s Frontline Club in central London, to provide personal, one-to-one guidance on general safety issues, risk assessment, assignment planning and digital security. Guidance is intended to give freelancers access to knowledge and expertise that will help them improve their safety practice, as well as answer questions.
 
Individual consultations will last up to 30 minutes and can be booked for safety/risk assessment and digital security. They are being provided FREE OF CHARGE to freelancers at all stages of their career.  One-to-one Skype consultations are also available for those who cannot travel to London.
 
To book your safety consultation, please fill in the attached BOOKING FORM.  

Freelancers will be paired with one of the following: 
 
- Steve Cooke, Blue Mountain Group
- John Hutton, AKE Group
- Chris Lawton, 1st Option Safety
- Ela Stapley, Freelance Journalist, Factual MX
- Elliot Stempf, Buzzfeed
- Joel Whittaker, A. Kain and Partners

A light sandwich lunch and refreshments will be provided by RPT and FFR. 
 
Deadlines for applications: Monday 3rd July 2017
 


Book Your Place Here 


 
Please note: freelancers are free to bring assignment/story plans and draft risk assessments to discuss with their allocated security advisor, but please note these consultations are not intended as safety ‘sign off’s for individual risk assessments or travel plans. Any advice given should form part of your own assignment preparation, not act as a replacement for it.
 
 
 
 
 

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