2nd Annual Non Ferrous Metals theft Conference
Venue: Indaba Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Oct 27, 2010|
Non-ferrous metal theft is the thievery of metal thatâ€™s does not contain iron which is fast becoming a growing concern. High replacement cost of stolen metal, high costs for security equipment, extra cost for guards, human lives being lost and demand of electricity within the public and the private sector are some of the implications being faced by the community, public and private sector.
Non-ferrous metal theft is growing phenomenon that affects people directly or indirectly. Increasing of illegal immigrants, rise of unemployment, hike of organised syndicates, huge demand of metal, lack of stern legislation and light sentencing are some of the reasons behind the growth of non-ferrous metal theft.
â€¢ Highlighting Telkomâ€™s cable theft campaign using television advertisements: Creating an effective awareness campaign
â€¢ Placing more strict legislation on cable thieves by redefining cable theft as a terrorist activity: From petty crime to serious offence
â€¢ Implementing stringent security to further tighten security at the borders: Is there going to be stricter further legislation at South Africa borders
â€¢ Tightening security by implementing regular railway patrols, undercover security guards, and a toll-free number
â€¢ Scrutinising the criminal threat to the precious metals mining industry is that is becoming a threat to South Africaâ€™s national growth and economic future: Government should therefore consider enhancing the service and protection it provides to the precious metals mining industry
If these are some of the concerns that your organisation is facing, you can not afford to miss IQPCâ€™s 2ND Annual Non-Ferrous Metal Theft conference, where you will hear from leading companies that are affected by this crime, share winning formulaâ€™s that are curbing the spread of non-ferrous metal theft.
Donâ€™t Miss This Opportunity To Acquire Insightful Information From The Following Industry Leaders:
BAC (Business Against Crime)
Copperbelt Energy Corporation
To be part of this forward thinking insightful conference please contact us on +27 11 669 5100 or alternatively fax your registration form to +27 11 669 5069 or e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org