Trigion Security, the specialist security solutions division of Facilicom UK, has announced the appointment of Paul Grist as its new security director. Grist started in this role on Monday 16 July and succeeds Neil Ricketts.
Grist brings many years’ experience and knowledge to his new role and now assumes responsibility for sales, marketing and strategy. He will be supported on electronic security matters by Dave Bonci and on security guarding-related issues by Sean Titheridge, who also joined Trigion Security earlier this month.
Grist joins Trigion from Insafe International where he was head of electronic systems. Prior to this, Grist served as managing director of the Swift Alarms Group.
Speaking about the move, Grist informed Risk Xtra: “I’m very much looking forward to building upon Trigion Security’s good name to further strengthen and develop the company’s presence throughout the UK.”
Jan-Hein Hemke, managing director of Facilicom UK, added: “We welcome Paul to the team. I’m absolutely confident that his experience and skills will contribute to the continued growth of our security division over the months and years to come.”
Trigion operates to the very highest standards in the industry and has gained Security Industry Authority Approved Contractor status as well as ISO 9001. All Trigion Security officers are vetted and trained to NSI BS 7858 standards.
Facilicom UK is the UK company of the Dutch facility services company Facilicom Services Group. Facilicom employs over 28,000 people and operates in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and the UK. Facilicom’s activities have been ranged under specialised divisions.