Tag archive for: 'Corps of Commissionaires'

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Corps Security publishes report in to Covid-19 security officer mortality rate

Corps Security has just released the findings of a new report, conducted under commission by Perpetuity Research, on why security officers have one of the highest death rates from Covid-19. This report follows the announcement in May by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) that the death rate among security officers Is 45.7 deaths per 100,000 people, one of the highest in the UK.

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Corps Security undertakes ambitious project to digitise it’s 161 year history

Corps Security, formally named the Corps of Commissionaires, is well-known for its’ long history which dates back to 1859 when it was established to help ex-servicemen returning from the Crimean War. In order to ensure that this history is preserved, Corps Security has announced that they will be digitising their history and have hired London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) archivist Dorota Pomorska-Dawid.

Ms. Pomorska-Dawid has be...
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Corps Security wins 5-year contract with Midlands College

After a competitive tender process, Corps Security has won a 5-year contract to continue providing a variety of services to Wallsall College near Birmingham. The scope of this contract covers all four campuses and includes manned guarding, control room operations, manned patrols, front of house services and student assistance.

The above-listed services will be carried out by a team of 1...

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Corps Security embraces its’ military origins with Remembrance Day march

160-year-old security provider, Corps Security, is scheduled to participate in this year’s National Service of Remembrance March Past to be held this Sunday at the Cenotaph. Every year this march is held to keep the memory alive of those who have fought for and in many cases, died for, Britain.

Corps Security pays special reverence to this type of event given that it was founded as th...

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Corps Security wins 5-Year, 3.6m annual contract with large multinational

Corps Security, has announced the successful win of a £3.6m annual contract for the provision of security services.

The five-year contract in with Tata Steel Europe and will cover multiple sites across the UK. Tata Steel is one of Europe’s largest steel producers, having operations in 26 countries and a commercial presence in over 50.

The contract will see ...