You may well know… my name is Robert Kaiser.
I am the CEO of PPSS Group, a UK based company specialised in the design, development and manufacturing of high performance body armour, offering protection from firearms, edged weapons, hypodermic needles and blunt trauma, and as such take great pride in my job.
My genuine passion for personal safety and personal protection, and my relentless campaigning for the welfare of homeland security professionals and frontline professionals worldwide is widely respected and without question.
After having gained extensive operational frontline experience within personal security and protection in e of the most hostile environments in countries around the world, I have found PPSS Group in Summer 2009. Please let me assure you that I clearly understand what type of protective equipment/clothing is required to either improve or ensure the personal safety of those facing real operational risks and threats.
This blog is a platform for me to raise important questions, sometimes campaign, but always highlight challenging issues which I am very passionate about.
Please be assured your personal well being is always something close to my heart, so whenever you read my blog and whenever you feel a bit surprised or maybe shocked… I don’t mean to offend you or anyone else. I just like to to make people think and talk, sometimes by being a little confrontational or challenging… but ALWAYS with your safety in mind.
On another note… please continue to sponsor me:
I did to run the Polar Circle Marathon on 20th October 2012 in order raise money and awareness for the Pilgrim Bandits Charity. The Pilgrim Bandits Charity is made up of ex UK Special Forces members and friends, specialised in taking injured service men and amputees on adventures and confidence building expeditions.
I will continue to take part in a number of additional challenges this year such as the Thunder Run 24hr, a 24 non stop trail ultra marathon aiming to cover max distance (I am targeting 72 miles) in order to support charities who help our brothers and sisters around the world to get better again and recover after returning from active operational duties. A lot of things I do will not be talked about but are appreciated by those who matter to me.
Take good care,