The retail industry has been severely impacted by this year’s pandemic. Some retailers have stayed open while others have been closed since early March. As retail reopens it will be transformed into a different retail environment for customers, associates, and asset protection than what existed before the pandemic.
This Loss Prevention Foundation webinar features a panel of loss prevention executives from top retailers who will share best practices, what they’ve learned, and how to move forward during this COVID crisis and beyond. Some of the talking points will include:
- How retailers survived being closed.
- What plans are in place as they begin to reopen.
- What new protocols have or will be implemented to comply with health and safety requirements.
- How has this affected the LP, risk, and safety organizations and store employees.
- What is the potential HR ramifications due to COVID-19.
June 12, 2020 1:00 pm EDT
REGISTER NOW FOR THE LIVE WEBINAR
Webinar attendance qualifies for 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) towards LPC or CFI Recertification. Attendees will be entered for a chance at 5 LPC course scholarships. Winners will be announced via email the day following the webinar.
Joe Coll is Vice President of Asset Protection, Operations, and Administration for Macy’s. He has spent 22 years with Macy’s starting as a security manager in 1999 while studying for his bachelor’s of science degree in security systems and criminal justice at Farmingdale (NY) State College.
Tim Lapinski, CFI, LPC, is Divisional Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management, Loss Prevention, and Sales Audit with Helzberg Diamonds. Prior to joining Helzberg in 2014, he held multiple LP positions at Abercrombie & Fitch, CVS/Pharmacy, Hollywood Video, and Kohl’s. He is past chair of the International Association of Interviewers.
Craig Vadnais is Senior Manager at CVS Health. He has nearly 20 years of loss prevention experience, 14 years with CVS and five with Home Depot. Vadnais holds an associate’s degree in criminal justice/police science from CCRI.
Eric Williams, CFI, CORCI, is Regional Director of Asset Protection for Hibbett City Gear where he’s worked since 2015. Prior to that he held loss prevention management position with Kroger and Advance Auto. Williams also sits on the Mississippi Office of Juvenile Justice State Advisory Committee.
Kris Vece, LPQ, is Vice President of Client Relations for Protos Security joining the company in 2015. She began her career in the loss prevention industry in 2004 as Client Relations Manager for Security Resources. She can be reached at email@example.com.