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The BSIA has appointed John MacAskill as the new Director of Manpower & Export. John has been promoted from his previous role at the BSIA and will now oversee the Manpower sections of the Association, as well being responsible for working with the Export Council and its external partners in promoting British security overseas.
The DIT launched the Security Exports Strategy yesterday, setting out how the Government will ensure that UK companies remain at the forefront of growing global demand for security exports and services.
B&M Waste Services have continued and extended the scope of their sustainability programme. At the very heart of this was their carbon neutrality, first established in 2011, and B&M Waste Services was one of the first waste management businesses to successfully achieve carbon neutrality to the exacting standards.
SiX is the new event aimed at security systems installers and integrators - being held on 5-6th November at Event City in Manchester. The show comprises an exhibition, workshops and dedicated seminars plus a security industry Question Time featuring BSIA Chief Executive Mike Reddington.
People and vehicle access control specialist Nortech is now offering Nedap’s ANPR Lumo, an advanced licence plate camera for vehicle access control. The ANPR Lumo is an all-in-one licence plate camera, including embedded software, analyser and IR illuminator. With a range of action of 2 to 10 metres, the advanced camera ensures a smooth recognition of vehicles.
The BSIA’s training arm Skills for Security is to partner with EFT Group in the training of its apprentices. From September, 22 apprentices will begin a bespoke apprenticeship programme covering Fire Alarms, CCTV, Intruder and Access Control.
Essex Police are to mandate the automated passing of calls using ECHO (Electronic Call Handling Operations). From April 2020, Alarm Receiving Centres (ARCs) with alarm connections to their police control room will be required to be using the system.
Poole, 27th August 2019 - Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is proudly supporting the UK Department for International Trade’s ‘Great’ initiative as an Export Champion, encouraging British businesses to think globally when it comes to tapping potentially lucrative markets.
The BSIA has appointed David Scott as the new Managing Director of Skills for Security. Skills for Security works with employers to improve security skills and standards of professionalism by providing access to apprenticeship security training courses and security qualifications, for people employed in security roles across the UK.
Vehicle access control specialist Nortech has released its latest vehicle identification reader, the uPASS Reach, which offers long-range vehicle identification up to 5 metres using the latest UHF technology.
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The BSIA’s magazine, Spectrum, is produced quarterly to update customers on the latest developments within the Association and the security industry. It carries industry news, recent standards developments, perspectives from other industry bodies and topical articles on new technologies as well as news of BSIA awards and events.

Every edition of Spectrum is mailed to 6,000 influencers, decision makers and end-users in the security industry including key representatives and marketing departments of over 550 BSIA members. The publication is also distributed to potential members and displayed at all major BSIA and industry events both in the UK and internationally, including IFSEC International, Intersec Dubai, MIPS Russia, IFSEC Southeast Asia and Security Essen.

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