Security associations update

May 2015 Associations, News

SIA annual conference

The Security Industry Alliance (SIA) will be holding its annual security conference on Wednesday 29 July 2015. The conference will be preceded by the Crime Prevention Award banquet on Wednesday 28 July 2015.

SIA CEO, Steve Conradie, said the security industry will be kept up to date on the agenda and other features of the event over the next few months, and can also refer to the website for more information as it becomes available.

For more information, contact,

TAPA SA training and conference

The Transport Asset Protection Association (TAPA) will hold its annual conference at Emperors Palace on 17 July 2015. Entrance for non-members will be R975 per head. Past attendees have agreed that the presentations offered at this event have proved invaluable to operations, risk and security managers.

TAPA training equips attendees with measuring tools to mitigate risk in their immediate work environment. The association also provides a certification process.

TAPA’s Facility Security Requirements (FSR) training will take place on 13 and 14 July 2015 at DB Schenker in Kempton Park. Training is open to both TAPA members and non-members. Non-members will be charged R650 per head. The Transport Security Requirements (TSR) training will take place on 15 and 16 July 2015 at the same venue.

Training is limited to 25 seats per module and the conference caters for 60 seats only. The training and conference events include meals and drinks.

For more information contact TAPA SA chairman, Andre Du Venage, +27 (0)83 463 2047,

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