Reducing Construction Theft: A Step-by-Step Guide

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April 15, 2020 - 2:00 p.m. ET


Jimmy Hodson
Product Manager, Truelook

Theft on a construction site is not uncommon, and it can have a significant impact on timelines, budgets and profits. With stolen equipment alone estimated at a billion dollars in losses each year, theft has been a problem that has plagued the industry since its inception.

Luckily, as technology improves, construction leaders are finding better ways to keep their jobsites secure. But are these measures working? Are they reducing theft and loss? How do they stack up? According to many sources, theft has actually been on the rise over the last decade as thieves become craftier in their approaches.

Join us as we reveal the results of our industry-wide survey on construction site theft and prevention; and learn what you can do to keep your jobsite secure and reduce loss.

During this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • With jobsite theft on the rise, construction firms are continuously having to innovate in order to keep their sites safe and stay a step ahead of theft.
  • As technology improves, so does the ingenuity of thieves. The best approach to reduce theft is to combine both traditional security measures along with new advances in technology.
  • Leveraging technology, there are simple steps you can take to greatly reduce theft on your jobsite.

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