The prestigious 2018 IFSEC Security and Fire Excellence Awards Ceremony was held at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane on Wednesday 21 November. A significant number of National Security Inspectorate (NSI)-approved companies from around the UK were among the winners and finalists celebrated at the UBM-organised event for their outstanding achievements.
Approximately 1,000 representatives from the security and fire sectors attended the showcase event, which was hosted by actor James Nesbitt. Organisations, teams and individuals within the security and fire sectors were given well-deserved recognition.
The NSI would like to congratulate the 30 NSI-approved company finalists whose achievements were honoured. Taking home the top prizes in their categories, the organisation applauds the following NSI-approved companies and their teams:
*Active/Passive Fire Project of the Year Marlow Fire & Security
*Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year Glevum Security
*Large Security Installer of the Year Universal Security Systems
*Medium Security Installer of the Year Taylor Technology Systems
*Small Security Installer of the Year Lifeline Alarms & Security Services
*Security Manager of the Year Sarah Watts (Wilson James)
Engineers of Tomorrow
The NSI is also proud to be a founding stakeholder of the Engineers of Tomorrow competition. As always, the overall winners from the competition (which took place at IFSEC International back in June) were presented with their prizes at the Security and Fire Excellence Awards.
The NSI congratulates the following apprentices on their outstanding achievements and wishes them a rewarding and fulfilling career in the security and fire sectors:
Intruder Alarms Competition
*First Place Max Florey and Josh Dunn (Chris Lewis Fire & Security)
*Second Place Sam Howard and Jamie Rodd (EFT Systems Ltd)
*Third Place Andy Tham and Steven Flannigan (New College Lanarkshire)
Fire Competition (Launched in 2018)
*First Place Sam Howard and Jamie Rodd (EFT Systems Ltd)
*Second Place Aaron Wilson and Stuart McCluskie (New College Lanarkshire)