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BSIA to discuss the future of security officer services

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is holding a BSIA Broadcast with industry experts on how security officer services will adapt and be perceived as we leave lockdown and navigate the effects of COVID-19 on the industry and the infrastructure of the country. The...
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Employees reluctant to make injury claims

New research into 1,000 adults across the UK, conducted by Fletchers Serious Injury, revealed that 27.6% of those who have suffered a serious injury within the last five years, such as spinal injuries, burns, and damage from slips, trips and falls, sustained the injury via an...
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IFSEC 2020 and co-located shows are cancelled

As a result of the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the introduction of government regulations and public health directives, IFSEC International and its co-located events will no longer take place at ExCeL London on 8-10 September, 2020.  This postponement and...
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New Chartered Security Professionals announced

The Register of Chartered Security Professionals held its Annual Celebratory Dinner at Stationers Hall in the City of London just before lockdown, with attendees celebrating a successful year for the Register and witnessing certificate presentations to fourteen new Chartered...
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An initiative to recognise security officer roles

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has joined forces with the Security Institute and the Security Commonwealth to run an awareness campaign to highlight the role that security officers play in public life, and to increase respect and recognition for their...
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Security company streamlines business processes

Kingfisher Sec has adopted SmartTask to support the growth of the business by streamlining and automating critical business processes. The company will use the cloud-based software to handle employee scheduling, proof of attendance and operational reporting across a team of up to...
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Perpetuity Research announces next SRI study

The next research project to be conducted as part of the Security Research Initiative (SRI) will be ‘COVID-19 and the implications for security: has anything changed, and why?’ Now in its 16th year, the SRI, supported by ADS, ASIS, BSIA and SyI, and sponsored by security...
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BSIA moves British Security Awards to online broadcast

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is moving its British Security Awards event to an online broadcast for 2020. Due to the uncertainly of the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, the Association’s British Security Awards flagship event, which was due to take place on 1...
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Event to focus on AI and analytics benefits

Global MSC Security has announced the opening of registrations for the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2020.  This year, the event will focus on helping control room operators to realise the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Analytics in Video Surveillance...
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Upgraded video monitoring for Ipswich Town FC

Before the 2019 season Ipswich Town Football Club was faced with an ultimatum: upgrade its CCTV system or risk not being able to play at its Portman Road home. Portman Road is a 30,000-capacity venue, but without an upgrade to the stadium’s CCTV system, the club was informed it...