LATEST RECIPIENT OF THE CESAR CHAMPION AWARD

The second CEA CESAR Champion Award for 2020 has been awarded to Marie Biddulph from Highways England. Earlier this year the Construction Equipment Association (CEA) launched its CESAR Champion initiative to recognise the efforts of officials who uses the CESAR technology to identify a stolen piece of machinery. In an effort to encourage more engagement … More LATEST RECIPIENT OF THE CESAR CHAMPION AWARD

THE RECENTLY ANNOUNCED CEA CESAR CHAMPION AWARD FOR POLICE OFFICERS HAS ITS FIRST RECIPIENT

Earlier this year the CEA launched their CESAR Champion initiative to recognise the efforts of any police officer who uses the CESAR technology to identify a stolen piece of machinery. However, in an effort to encourage more officers to engage with the CESAR Security Scheme, the award is now being given to any officer who … More THE RECENTLY ANNOUNCED CEA CESAR CHAMPION AWARD FOR POLICE OFFICERS HAS ITS FIRST RECIPIENT

BRITISH SECURITY INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION WELCOMES EXTENSION OF THATCHAM CERTIFICATION WITHDRAWAL

THE BRITISH Security Industry Association (BSIA) has welcomed certification body Thatcham Research’s extension to the proposed withdrawal date of its Whole Vehicle Marking certification to 31 December 2022 in order to allow sufficient time for a new British Standard to be developed and introduced as its replacement going forward. The extension has been announced after … More BRITISH SECURITY INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION WELCOMES EXTENSION OF THATCHAM CERTIFICATION WITHDRAWAL

EVERY 20 MINUTES TOOLS ARE STOLEN FROM A VAN!!

Tools are stolen from a tradesperson’s vehicle every 20 minutes in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, according to research from insurance company Direct Line. Freedom of information requests to police forces revealed that there were 28,681 cases of tool theft from vehicles in 2019, equating to 78 incidences every day of the week. Of the … More EVERY 20 MINUTES TOOLS ARE STOLEN FROM A VAN!!

CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY SECTOR LAUNCHES BADGES FOR BOBBIES

CESAR, the Construction Equipment Security & Registration Scheme, is offering a pin badge to any police officer who helps recover a stolen machine with one of its security tags on it. There are three different enamel pin badges up for grabs: red for an all terrain vehicle (ATV), green for a tractor and blue for … More CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY SECTOR LAUNCHES BADGES FOR BOBBIES

STAFFORDSHIRE POLICE FEATURE – Calls for drivers to check their vehicles are safe to drive following road policing operation

Staffordshire Police is calling on motorists to check their vehicles are safe to drive after a road policing operation at Norton Canes last week saw almost half of people stopped were breaking the law. Officers carrying out the operation, which took place on Thursday 2 July on the A5, targeted vehicles including vans, motorbikes and … More STAFFORDSHIRE POLICE FEATURE – Calls for drivers to check their vehicles are safe to drive following road policing operation

TACKLING THEFT WITH CESAR TAGGED MACHINES AT THE RITCHIE BROS UK 18TH JUNE 2020 AUCTION

Peter Haddock of Content With Media talks about how the CESAR tagging scheme is becoming more prominent on used equipment and how Ritchie Bros. helps new owners to transfer their details to DataTag who administer the scheme. For more information on buying and selling with Ritchie Bros, visit http://www.rbauction.com

HS2 adopts CESAR ECV plant emissions scheme to promote clean air

Source: https://highways.today/2020/05/25/hs2-cesar-ecv/ As part of its bid to create ‘greener’ construction sites, by reducing emissions and controlling air quality, HS2 is the first infrastructure project to adopt CESAR ECV – a new advanced emissions identification scheme. Over the last year, HS2 has played a key role in helping the Construction Equipment Association (CEA) to develop … More HS2 adopts CESAR ECV plant emissions scheme to promote clean air

CONSTRUCTION PLANT THEFT SOARS BY AN ESTIMATED 50% AS COVID-19 FORCES SITES TO CLOSE

During the last fortnight, there has been a marked increase in plant and tool theft from both vehicles and site compounds. The sharp spike in thefts is largely due to construction firms and contractors temporarily scaling down work and shutting jobsites due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The CEA (Construction Equipment Association), owners of the CESAR … More CONSTRUCTION PLANT THEFT SOARS BY AN ESTIMATED 50% AS COVID-19 FORCES SITES TO CLOSE