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CABLING & CABLE MANAGEMENT FEATURE


not enough to mitigate the risks of serious safety breaches. What is required is an ability to detect copper theft in real-time and escalate an informed response before lives are put at risk.


SAFE AND SECURE The good news is, the tools to help are out there. Innovative new M2M communication technology is now able to protect and monitor service environments where safety and continuity are paramount. The technology provides immediate notification of the disconnection, removal or disturbance of site grounding, or other power infrastructure, minimising the impact of copper theft on crucial service networks within power transmission and distribution, mobile telecommunications, transport and other industrial markets. With the market price of copper


predicted to remain high, incidence of its theft is likely to steal the limelight for the foreseeable future. Companies therefore need to consider their exposure in the parts of their networks known to be most at risk. As corporate manslaughter litigation increases, organisations must do all they can to safeguard their environments - or pay an even heavier price. The new M2M technology aligns with the EU Directive around Best Available


Technology Not Entailing Excessive Cost (BATNEEC). As such, high-risk companies choosing not to adopt it may find themselves exposed to scrutiny, should a safety breach occur. Evidence shows that the adoption of safety technology is more prevalent in countries where electricity distribution operators are state-owned, than in privately- owned markets where profit motives often drive decision-making. However, as


corporate social responsibility comes increasingly under the microscope, DNOs, energy companies and industrial giants would be advised to reinforce their grounding infrastructure with a focus on safety, rather than simply adopting a security-first approach. The key to addressing this lies in new technology.


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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING | NOVEMBER 2016 19


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