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BOSS recruits development adviser

25 November, 2016

The British Oil Security Syndicate (BOSS), the independent trade organisation campaigning to reduce forecourt crime, has recruited Gary Worrow as development adviser.

Worrow will be responsible for spearheading the development of the BOSS Electronic Reporting System (ERS) as an integrated management system that helps retailers to reduce forecourt crime.

He joins BOSS from BP, where, in a career spanning more than 30 years, he gained considerable experience of downstream oil industry operations.  His responsibilities embraced a variety of operational roles covering retail, transport and bulk storage, specialising in security, risk, emergency, crisis management and business continuity response planning.

Kevin Eastwood, executive director at BOSS, said: “We’re delighted that Gary has agreed to join BOSS. He brings considerable experience of the challenges faced by our members and his knowledge will be a valuable addition to the service BOSS provides forecourt retailers.”

Keywords: crime, security, BP, BOSS




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