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SPONSOR FOCUS: Smiths Detection shows how to guard against dangerous deliveries

Posted 4 March 2022 · Add Comment

A whitepaper and video produced by security specialists Smiths Detection, explains how organisations can plan for the worst case scenarios involving the delivery of threats concealed in incoming mail packages and parcels.

The paper - Mail Threats: How to Plan for the Worst - and video (click here to see on YouTube) serve to explore various situations facilities may encounter and how the potential consequences can be overcome by implementing one or more screening methods that are customised to address the risk profile a facility may be exposed to.



Above: Click here to access the whitepaper - Mail Threats: How to Plan for the Worst
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It shows how the time consuming and potentially dangerous task of uncovering often well concealed, sometimes almost invisible threats - such as explosives, weapons, narcotics and biological agents - can efficiently and safely be addressed with the right tech, especially for high risk facilities that handle mail for government administration, major brands, or high profile personnel.

 




 

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