Security solutions specialist Wilson James has been appointed by BP to deliver Emergency Response Control Room services across the organisation’s North Sea business, in turn building upon and extending the existing core security guarding and reception service provision already in place.
Commenting on the contract, Keith Fleming (director for Scotland at Wilson James) told Risk UK: “The contract expansion enables Wilson James to take an integrated approach towards the provision of security and emergency response arrangements within the environs of BP’s onshore assets and associated portfolio’s within the North Sea.”
Fleming added: “We can use our experience and understanding of their business from working with them across Scotland and beyond to ensure consistency and continuity, subsequently contributing to BP’s business resilience.”
As stated, this appointment takes Wilson James into the realms of delivering Emergency Response Control Room operations and will support BP’s initial response to crisis, continuity and emergency response-related incidents.
Gemma Quirke – managing director for Security Services at Wilson James – explained: “Services such as the provision of Emergency Response Control Room operatives are crucial in terms of ensuring that effective response arrangements are in place for any eventualities that may occur in today’s working environment. We’re delighted to be assisting BP in these arrangements. The contract demonstrates the service expertise we can deliver across a range of sectors.”
Wilson James is a leading security, logistics and business services provider. Founded in 1991 and now employing a staff of over 2,500, the company helps organisations to meet their business objectives.
With in-depth sector and service expertise, the business delivers bespoke solutions to clients operating across the aviation, construction, leisure and events, energy, maritime and corporate sectors.