Safe and resilient entrepreneurship: keep criminals off your premises!
The municipality of Eindhoven, in collaboration with partners such as the Safety in Business Certification, Business Safety Platform, and Taskforce-RIEC, is organizing a safety meeting on November 21 at 5:00 PM, specifically for entrepreneurs at Eindhoven Airport, Flight Forum, and Parkforum.
How do you experience safety in this business park? Have you ever encountered suspicious situations? And do you know how to protect yourself from crime? What are the experiences of other entrepreneurs? Collaborating for a safer business park is crucial for you, your employees, and the collective. By sharing experiences and learning from each other, we can collectively enhance security.
5:00 PM: reception
5:30 PM: start of the program
7:00 PM: end of the program
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM: networking closure
Anthony Fokkerweg 101, Eindhoven
Registration is possible until November 15 via the link below. Feel free to bring your colleagues.
The program consists of three speakers. The evening includes refreshments. A safety gift is prepared for all attendees.
Toon Walravens – Experienced Expert
Every company consists of human work, people, and work. Employees add color to your company. Employees don’t flaunt it when things are financially tough, but at that moment, they are the weakest link in your company and also an important link for a criminal organization. Toon shares his practical experiences.
Ted Strik – Project Manager Business Parks Business Safety Platform
How do you discover suspicious shipments or situations in the company? How do you create awareness for this? How do you initiate the conversation within the company about this? What are the ‘Red Flags in criminal involvement,’ how do you recognize the signals, and what risks do companies face? Ted shares tips and tricks to prevent this.
Wilfred Dirkcx and Jim de Koning – Criminal Intelligence Team (TCI)
Are there suspicious matters or do you have a ‘not right’ feeling and don’t know where to report your information? Are there other interests that make it impossible to report information to the police through the usual channels, then next to it, Meld Misdaad Anoniem, there is the TCI. The TCI collects information about serious crimes. This information comes from informants: individuals who, under the protection of identity, provide information. For the safety of informants, personal details are only known within the TCI.