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UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards organiser issues Call for Nominations

by Brian Sims
Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI

Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI

Nominations are now open for the UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs). Organised by Perpetuity Research, the UK OSPAs are part of a global awards scheme currently running in eight countries designed to recognise outstanding performance within the security business sector.

For their part, the UK OSPAs – for which Risk UK is an Official Media Partner – serve to acknowledge and reward individuals and organisations operating in the UK for their commitment and outstanding performance within the industry. The awards are open to anyone: you don’t have to be a member of an organisation or an association to enter.

Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI (director of Perpetuity Research) explained: “The main criteria for entry to the UK OSPAs is being able to demonstrate that you or your company have performed at an exceptional level.”

Further information is available on the dedicated OSPAs website.

Nominations are now being invited in the following categories:

*Outstanding In-House Security Manager

*Outstanding In-House Security Team

*Outstanding Contract Security Company

*Outstanding Security Consultant

*Outstanding Customer Service Initiative

*Outstanding Security Training Initiative

*Outstanding Security Officer

*Outstanding Security Installer

*Outstanding Event Security Team

*Outstanding Security Partnership

*Outstanding Security Investigator

*Outstanding Cyber Security Initiative

*Outstanding Information Security Company

*Outstanding Security Equipment Manufacturer

*Lifetime Achievement Award

A panel of leading industry figures will select the 2017 award winners from the list of finalists.

The UK OSPAs will be presented at a prestigious awards ceremony hosted by well-known British broadcaster Nick Ross on 2 March 2017 at the London Marriott Hotel located on Grosvenor Square.

The event is being supported by The Security Institute, ASIS International’s UK Chapter, The Security Commonwealth and SASIG.

*Nominations are open until 15 November 2016. Further information about how to enter can be found at https://uk.theospas.com/enter/

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