Preventing Copper and Coal Thefts with Video

Ritchey, Diane
August 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug2009, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p40
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the anti-theft measures implemented by several public utilities in the U.S. It elucidates the public utilities that have prepared and implemented security measures against theft and possible terrorism attacks including coal mines, copper mines and power plants and cites their compliance with the regulations set by the Department of Homeland Security as well as the Department of Energy.


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