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The confidentiality of our Client’s business operations are held in the highest regard at BDA. Our employees are instructed to keep confidential any information that comes to their attention while The Town Hall Meeting will provide members of the community an opportunity to hear from safety leaders within the industry and to share in peer to peer networking. deployed at a Client’s facility. This includes any and all information relative to the site inspections, interviews conducted, security issues, the final report and any additional information that is considered germane to the Client. Beau Dietl and Associates will handle information and any intelligence that is gathered on the Client in a strictly confidential manner at all times.
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