CORPS SECURITY has rejoined the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) – the dedicated Trade Association for the professional security industry in the UK – as a principal member.
BSIA CEO Mike Reddington recently presented Corps Security’s CEO Mike Bullock with a membership certificate at Corps Security’s London head office in Farringdon.
Reddington stated: “The BSIA is delighted to welcome Corps Security back into membership and to be given the opportunity to represent the business as its chosen Trade Association. We’re looking forward to sharing with Mike and the team the myriad opportunities available to the company as a principal member and working together to drive the industry forward.”
Mike Bullock responded: “We’re delighted to be rejoining the BSIA, which is the voice of the professional security industry. BSIA membership is a symbol of quality and professionalism in the security industry and it’s therefore fitting that Corps Security is represented. As a social enterprise, we strongly support and encourage excellence among our people and BSIA membership will underpin that ethos.”
The Corps of Commissionaires Management Limited, now known as Corps Security, is an organisation that was initially created to provide employment for ex-servicemen on return from the Crimean War.
The company has been providing dedicated security services for over 160 years, during that time becoming “the UK’s most established and respected” security services provider. Services for end users include security guarding, electronic solutions, state-of-the-art monitoring and security reviews and consultancy, all tailored to ensure the safety of property, assets and people.
Corps Security is a Living Wage Recognised Service Provider, while Mike Bullock is a member of the Living Wage Foundation’s Recognised Service Provider Leadership Group.
Corps Security actively supports military charities, in particular Combat Stress, the UK’s leading charity for veterans’ mental health, and The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA), which is the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity.
*Further information is available online at www.corpssecurity.co.uk
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