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A new committee has been created in Monaco to regulate security standards within the luxury sector.
A conference was held on Tuesday 18th June at the Technical and Hospitality High School focussing on the partnership between luxury professionals, specifically specialists in watchmaking, jewellery, jewellery trades, and public security.
The meeting was chaired by Minister of the Interior Patrice Cellario, in the presence of Richard Marangoni, Director of Public Security and members of his staff. The result was the creation of the Monaco Luxury Safety Committee and the election of its president Claude Cardone.
The implementation of this committee forms part of the ‘Public Safety 2020’ plan, in which the ‘Monaco, a safe city’ project focuses on a global solution to improving security criteria with socio-economic partners. In the Principality, the focus will be on the development of a common relationship based on prevention.
The Public Security department issued safety recommendations in two charters, VIGILUX and VIGIEXPO, and professionals who implement these recommendations will receive a certificate, representing a seal of quality for safety.
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