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ASIS Edmonton/Northern Alberta Chapter – COVID Impact on Security Leadership

March 24, 2021 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Scott Lowther, CPP, PCI

Manager, Corporate Security & HSE – PetroChina Canada

Sr. Security Advisor – China National Petroleum Corporation

(Canadian Representative Office)

Scott entered law enforcement in 1999, initially as an Auxiliary Constable with the RCMP in BC followed by becoming a full-time constable in 2004. Scott completed his law enforcement career in 2008 with a municipal police department in Alberta. Since that time, Scott has been in Corporate Security & Emergency Management in the Oil & Gas Industry, the last seven of which have been with PetroChina Canada.

With PetroChina Canada, Scott is tasked with leading security operations and intelligence for the company’s oil & gas assets. As an Incident Command System (ICS) instructor, Scot also oversees incident management and ICS training for his company as well as numerous global affiliates.

Scott is very active within ASIS, having served the past three years on the Executve Board of Directors for the CSO Centre and now serving as the CSO Centre Ex-Officio on the ASIS Global Board of Directors. Scott achieved his CPP certification in 2015, PCI certification in 2020 and will be sitting for the PSP exam later this year.

Scott, his wife Angela and their two kids Jordan and Callie now call Springbank, AB home and enjoy the close proximity to the mountains.

Registration Deadline: March 23, 2021


March 24, 2021
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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ASIS International Edmonton/Northern Alberta Chapter 156
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