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Security officers recognised across the UK for keeping people and property safe
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced its regional security personnel winners for 2022, recognising security officers across the United Kingdom for their commitment to keeping people and property safe. The BSIA’s regional security personnel awards are part of the Association’s British Security Awards, which returns to the London Marriott Grosvenor Square on 29 June. All regional winners will now go forward as ...
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BSIA member CSS wins Scottish Family Business Award
Connelly Security Systems (CSS) recently won the Scottish Family Business Award at the Herald Family Business Awards. Security and alarm providers CSS have been trading since 1986 and are long-standing principal BSIA members. The company started amongst brothers and is now run alongside Managing Director Paul Connelly’s three sons with “family values” in the foundations alongside integrity, honesty and trust. Fast...
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BSIA launch regional security personnel rounds of British Security Awards
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) launches its 2022 celebration of the industry’s finest, the British Security Awards today, starting with the regional rounds of the security personnel categories. Scheduled to take place on Wednesday 29 June at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square, the British Security Awards will celebrate the achievements made by security officers and teams across the UK’s private security industry, as well as acknowledging innovations in technology and business and the career contributions made by long-...
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Dame Julie Kenny DBE DL elected as chair of RISC
Dame Julie Kenny DBE DL has been elected to serve as Chair of the UK’s Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community (RISC). Julie, a former Chair of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) between 2010-12 and the Security Equipment Manufacturers section twice between 1998 and 2004, started her career in litigation before turning to manufacturing, founding BSIA members Pyronix Limited in 1986, which is now a multi-million pound global organisat...
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BSIA launches Code of Practice for “Security Fogging”
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has launched its latest code of practice, an industry-first for security fogging. Security Fog Systems: Installations, Commissioning and Maintenance - code of practice is the first of its kind intending to support the design, installation, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of security fog systems conforming to EN 50131-8, as well as to serve as practical aid to mitigate risks an...
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Exclusive membership offer launched to NSI gold and silver companies
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) have launched a special offer exclusively to National Security Inspectorate (NSI) gold and silver installer companies inviting them to take advantage of the Association’s membership and the long-term commercial value of belonging to the recognised ‘voice of the professional security industry’. Companies working in the installation and service of fire and security alarms market are invited to see for themselves the five key reasons they should join the BSIA, with the extra added bonus of ...
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Security Officer Apprenticeship receives approval in Scotland
Skills for Security will be launching a Security Officers Services Apprenticeship imminently in Scotland with the training delivered by the Security Industry Training Organisation (SITO). This landmark apprenticeship provides security officers with the most up-to-date training to develop the skills and expertise needed for a modern, professional security officer. The apprenticeship itself will cover First Aid, Health &...
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BSIA launches inaugural National Shred Day in partnership with charity Crimestopppers
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced it will be hosting its inaugural National Shred Day on behalf of its Information Destruction members, in partnership with independent national charity Crimestoppers. National Shred Day, which will be held at multiple locations across the United Kingdom on Saturday 2 October, is an opportunity for small businesses and members of the public to safely dispose their confidential waste ...
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British Security Awards 2021 Winners announced!
The British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) flagship event, the British Security Awards, has recognised security officers and companies working to keep people, property and places safe during the last 18 months. Held online for a second year due to continued COVID-19 restrictions, the show also featured the Chairman’s Award, dedicated to Skills for Security Chairman and long-time BSIA associate Tony Allen, who sadly died at the begi...
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BSIA releases statement on Manchester Bombing Inquiry
The British Security Industry Association and its members’ thoughts are with those who lost loved ones, suffered injuries, and had their lives shattered due to the terrorist attack that took place at the Manchester Arena on 22 May 2017. The Manchester Arena Inquiry has highlighted key areas to improve upon in the interest of the public’s safety and wellbeing. Some failures are evident and the sooner we address them, the higher the quality ...
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