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Gambling Commission’s Helen Rhodes To Join Panel Discussion At bacta’s Social Responsibility Exchange

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY EXCHANGE Wednesday 21st November 2018 The Crowne Plaza, 1 Kings Cross Road, London WC1X 9HX 11.00am – 4.00pm     For Immediate Release:   Gambling Commis

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY EXCHANGE

Wednesday 21st November 2018

The Crowne Plaza, 1 Kings Cross Road, London WC1X 9HX

11.00am – 4.00pm

 

 

For Immediate Release:

 

Gambling Commission’s Helen Rhodes To Join Panel Discussion At bacta’s Social Responsibility Exchange

With Social Responsibility at the heart of bacta’s business, the Association has launched The Social Responsibility Exchange, an inclusive free to enter event designed to bring together business owners, operators and their staff to inform about best practice.

The event is conveniently scheduled for 21st November 2018, the day immediately prior to the bacta Annual Convention & AGM. Many leading professionals from the field of responsible gambling have already confirmed their participation in a day that will feature presentations, panel discussions and workshops.

SR Exchange is delighted to confirm the attendance of UK Gambling Commission Programme Director Helen Rhodes, who will be joining the panel discussion for the session entitle: Improving The Customer Journey For the Problem Or At Risk Customer.

Helen heads up the Gambling Commission’s safer gambling team, leading the Commission’s policy and work connected with protection of children and those in vulnerable circumstances. During her time at the Commission, she has worked across a wide range of policy and implementation areas, most recently leading the development of the Commission’s new three-year corporate strategy. Initially gaining experience of the private sector in human resources, she spent most of her career in the public sector. This began with joining the civil service fast stream, covering a variety of public policy roles.

The session will focus on how staff can provide a positive and safe experience for those customers who may be particularly vulnerable to harm through impaired decision-making skills such as through poor mental health or dementia.

Welcoming the SR Exchange initiative, Helen commented: “Making gambling fairer and safer is a cornerstone of our work here at the Commission so we were very pleased when we heard that bacta was hosting a social responsibility conference. I’m very much looking forward to be on a panel focused on looking for solutions that prevent harm to consumers.”

To register for this landmark event, contact Linda Malcolm at bacta on +44(0)20 7730 6444 or at LindaM@bacta.org.uk

 

Note to Editors

Bacta represents the amusement and gaming machine industry in the UK, encompassing high-tech and creative manufacturers, machine suppliers for pubs, clubs and bingo halls, as well as operators of Family Entertainment Centres and over 18s Gaming Centres. 

Bacta members include the whole of the amusement machine supply chain in the UK, which has a collective turn-over of nearly £2.0bn across more than 500 companies, operating in excess of 310,000 machines.

For further information contact: Simon Bradbury Head of Social Responsibility & Compliance simon.bradbury@bacta.org.uk.

29-30 Ely Place

London EC1N 6TD

 

Tel: 020 7730 6444

Web: www.bacta.org.uk