Combating Non-Ferrous Metals Theft
|Event Date/Time: Nov 21, 2007||End Date/Time: Nov 23, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 28, 2007|
During intensive research conducted with your peers who are involved in the reduction of non-ferrous metals theft, we have discovered that the industry is fighting what seems to be a losing battle. Not enough progress is being made to reduce the incidences of theft of non-ferrous metals, enforcement and punitive measures aren’t adequate, security measures are constantly being breached, criminals are being more and more cunning and fraud and corruption is rife.
Is there a solution to this problem and how can South African companies finally put an end to this growing problem?
IQPC, in association with Business Against Crime (BAC) introduces the COMBATING NON-FERROUS METALS THEFT conference, an event that has been developed to tackle the challenges you are facing in protecting your assets, reducing losses of non-ferrous metals and ensuring that crimes in this industry are addressed.
By attending this event you will gain knowledge about the following key issues:
• The impact of the Second Hand Goods Act and how it will assist in successfully limiting non-ferrous metals theft
• Building and sustaining partnerships to collaboratively improve the risk management, protection and security of non-ferrous metals
• Gaining in-depth knowledge of current organised crime syndicates in order to be one step ahead of their criminal activities
• Improving your security personnel’s skills and knowledge base by implementing more efficient training programmes
• Uncovering the role of the scrap metals industry in the illegal non-ferrous metals trade
Attend this event and get answers from individuals representing these leading companies:
• Lorinda Nel, National Project Manager, BUSINESS AGAINST CRIME
• Leon van Den Berg, Consultant, ESKOM
• Chris Solomon, Senior Manager Risk Control, CITY POWER JOHANNESBURG
• Rens Bindeman, Consultant, CITY’S CABLE THEFT TASKS TEAMS
• Roy Robertson, Consultant, COMBINED PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
• Speaker to be confirmed, COPPER DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF AFRICA
• Hein Westraadt, Supervisor, GOLDFIELDS PROTECTION SERVICES
• Pieter van Dalen, Councilor: Utilities Services and Safety and Security, Chairman Copper Theft Task Team, CITY OF CAPE TOWN
• Mike Combrink, Regional Manager, TELKOM SA