Security Track is now offering a seminar program entitled “Security and Safety on the Road”. This seminar is designed for salesmen, couriers, and others that transport valuables such as jewelry, gems, watches, cash, and collectibles.
Elie Ribacoff, President of Worldwide Security Systems Network, has developed this training seminar to help increase safety, security, and reduce losses. “We developed this educational program with cooperation from the Jewelers Security Alliance, and our affiliates, The International Investigative Group, and Korpus 1 Security Institute in Israel.” Ribacoff says.
The training program is only available to jewelry and security industry professionals. The single-day course includes four hours of classroom training and four hours of field training. Instructors are experienced traveling salesmen, Israeli Executive Protection agents, and former law enforcement specialists.
“The jewelry industry has been victimized long enough,” Ribacoff says. “There are reasons some salesmen are hit numerous times, and some never get hit, even if they travel the same territories. The program material is confidential, but does include real world tactics and measures to thwart attacks. Insurance rates go up, losses persist, and jewelers keep paying higher premiums and in some cases losing their lives.”
The program is taught in New York and Tel Aviv, Israel. Due to the personalized nature of the training program class size is limited to 12 students. Reservations and scheduling information are available by contacting-Worldwide Security at 718-380-0209 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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