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NAJ and TH March Launch SecurityWise

24 Sep 2019

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SecurityWise is a TH March and NAJ joint initiative that was launched recently at IJL with the distribution of free RFID cards to NAJ members and TH March clients who visited the stand that was shared by NAJ, TH March and SaferGems.

According to manufacturers, RFID - Radio-Frequency IDentification cards help to provide protection around contactless bank cards. They should be kept in the purse or wallet and will help to prevent debit, credit and travel cards from being skimmed by criminals.

Lee Wallace, who is a Senior Account Manager and Security Lead at TH March (he is also Chairman of the Association of Insurance Surveyors) explained:

“The idea behind the cards was to bring attention to our joint SecurityWise initiative. We all know that SaferGems is an outstanding success story but we are hoping to further raise awareness levels, increase knowledge and help to improve security for all NAJ members, TH March clients and throughout the wider UK Jewellery trade.

Some helpful tips that can help right now are:

Be aware, subscribe to the NAJ’s SecurityWise blog, access the TH March security guide and the NAJ Better Business toolbox and subscribe to SaferGems and benefit from crucially important anti-crime email alerts.

  • Be knowledgeable • Opt for the Security module in the Jewellery Essentials programme, or progress straight to JET Certificate

TH March Club members have access to a range of exclusive benefits such as:  Expert advice and improved insurance cover, a free security audit of your business and so much more including a free and regularly updated Security Guide along with a  Security Audit  (online or over the telephone) and free access to Security Seminars

SaferGems:  Since it was launched in 2009, SaferGems has delivered more than 2500 anti-crime alerts to members providing details of criminal’s activities and their locations. This is crime prevention at its best so take advantage of it.

Find out more about the TH March Club