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Stefan Hay to leave the security industry

by Brian Sims

Long-time security sector stalwart Stefan Hay has announced that he is leaving the FSA / ECA at the end of January 2014 and, in fact, the industry. Stefan began his career in operational security, then SITO, BSIA, Skills for Security, FSA and not to forget secondments to the SIA, where he worked on the development of its licence to practice training criteria, and CoESS where he worked both as Chairman of its Professional Training Committee and as a Board member. ” I have also done various ‘expert’ panel work for the Security Institute, BSi, European Commission and held guest lecturer roles at the Police National Search Centre and Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure,” said Stefan.” I leave, hoping that my contribution might have made a difference and that some of the many projects I have been involved in, and causes I have fought for, have improved the security industry, but who knows?” Stefan is moving on to become the new Director of the National Tyre Distributors Association where he will be developing its new strategic plan, communication strategy and dealing with key consumer issues such as the growing problem of part worn tyres, European standards and labelling, illegal dumping and scrapped tyres that find their way back into the system as part worn – all issues that affect the public and NTDA members alike. I’m sure we all wish him well!

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