Croma Vigilant are honoured to have been awarded the Security Training Initiative of the Year at the Security Excellence Awards 2016. The award was given for their work within the NHS environment and saw them scooping the award in the face of stiff competition. The criteria for this award was to actively promote best practice within the security sector and show clear results of having done so.Operations Director, Paul Williamson and Contracts Manager Stuart Clark, proudly collected this national award which recognises excellence in security training. The panel identified the companies bespoke patient care training program, as an excellent example of a tailored training package, which equips security personnel with the necessary skills to deploy into the NHS, on both bedwatch and security duties. Bedwatch has previously been deemed to have required healthcare professionals, however, this training initiative collates the key elements needed to professionally care for vulnerable or aggressive patients. This demonstrates that a security mindset, combined with the correct training, is an effective model to prevent and contain incidents.
Paul Williamson, Operations Director commented;
‘We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded Security Training Initiative of the Year at the Security Excellence Awards 2016. The training program we have developed at the NHS is another great example of the dedication, training and genuine care we invest into every client. I would like to thank my dedicated team of managers, officers and office staff who all contribute significantly to the Croma Brand.
We would like to thanks the many NHS staff from various trusts who have given their expertise to help us develop a training program which has helped us continuously improve within this sector. We are delighted be developing our relationship with the NHS and have recently been awards the South Essex Trust contract.’
Croma Vigilant narrowly missed out on the award for the event team of the year for the provision of security at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre but were delighted to have been nominated as a Finalist in this category for the third year running.
The Security & Fire Excellence Awards took place on the 23rd November 2016 at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London. Now in their eighteenth year, the Security & Fire Excellence Awards bring around 1,000 of the security industry’s foremost practitioners together to recognise and honour the magnificent achievements of business’s in the security and fire industry.
For more information and additional pictures from the evening please contact Claire Telfer at Croma Vigilant on 01387 25099 / firstname.lastname@example.org