Posts Tagged ‘Securitas’

Securitas Sponsors the OSPAs Thought Leadership Summit

Craig Robb

Securitas is proud to sponsor the Thought Leadership Summit, on 1st March, at this year’s OSPAs (Outstanding Security Performance Awards). New for 2018, the Summit will invite debate and discussion from a leading line-up of speakers on the best way to take the security industry forward, confirmed speakers include: The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP,…

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BSIA research from ESCP and sponsored by Securitas and ATEC reveals the (real) price of security solutions

BSIA research with Securitas and ATEC reveals price of security solutions

A white paper commissioned by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), authored by Dr Terence Tse, an Associate Professor of Finance at ESCP Europe Business School and sponsored by BSIA member companies Securitas and ATEC Fire and Security, has established the importance of making purchase decisions based on quality – rather than initial purchase price alone – for end users of security solutions.

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Securitas announces an on site fire training service

Securitas announces an on site fire training service

Securitas UK has formally launched a flexible training programme designed to help organisations of any size protect themselves from the risk of fire. Already taken up by a number of Securitas customers, courses are tailored to the customer and delivered by experienced, professional trainers on the customer’s premises.

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“Today’s technology offers so much more than access control”

"Today’s technology offers so much more than access control"

In the early days, access control was contrived to make the lock and key redundant. No more having to replace all lock cylinders and keys when a suited key was lost. The solution of card access as a replacement represented an ROI that could be realised in a relatively short period of time. If a card was lost, it could simply be deleted and pose no threat…

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Securitas to guard major crime scenes for Wiltshire Police

Securitas to guard major crime scenes for Wiltshire Police

Wiltshire Police has signed a contract with Securitas to provide a dedicated service to guard major crime scenes in Wiltshire. The contract comes in to immediate effect. Contracting out the guarding of major crime scenes has been tried and tested by all other forces in the south west.

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