The supply chain industry has seen significant growth in recent years, expanding its network of distribution, fulfillment, and third-party logistics centers. In parallel with the rapid growth of this industry, LP professionals have been challenged to tackle growing security risks and improve workplace safety while becoming more efficient with the throughput of the associates entering and exiting these facilities.
Register now for a free webinar from the LPF, Vector Security, Thruvision, and Saks Fifth Avenue about improving distribution center losses and associate screening times on Wednesday, April 26, at 1 pm ET.
Vector Security has partnered with Thruvision, bringing an innovative solution to the supply chain industry. Thruvision’s “LPC” people-screening cameras quickly and respectfully screen employees as they exit to detect and deter theft. Using patented Passive Terahertz Technology, LPC cameras are uniquely capable of detecting non-metallic and metallic items including merchandise, weapons, drugs, and alcohol hidden under clothing, at distances up to 10 feet. LPC cameras are also commonly purposed to add a layer of security as either a primary or secondary screening method for in-bound traffic, with a focus on weapons detection.
At the end of the webinar, sponsors Thruvision and Vector Security Networks will award five LPF scholarships to attendees by random drawing (10 total). This webinar is presented by the Loss Prevention Foundation in partnership with Thruvision and Vector Security Networks and qualifies for one continuing education unit (CEU) towards your LPC recertification or CFI recertification.