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Organisers of the Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) are making a final call for entries to the UK awards for 2021. You have until midnight on Thursday, October 1, to enter; entry is free.
Briefly, in several countries, the OSPAs seek to recognise and reward companies and individuals across the security sector. The OSPAs formed by Prof Martin Gill of consultancy Perpetuity Research are designed to be independent and inclusive, for outstanding performers, whether buyers or suppliers.
Anyone working in the security sector of a country with an OSPAs scheme can enter. You don’t have to be a member of an organisation or association. The UK has 16 categories.
Pictured, Roy Cooper, MD of Professional Security magazine, with UK OSPAs 2020 lifetime achievement award as presented at the evening ceremony in London. The 2021 awards are due to be presented virtually in February. Visit https://theospas.com/.
Meanwhile the free Thought Leadership webinars under the OSPAs banner are still running, Tuesdays and Thursdays, as they have since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK in the spring. Visit https://theospas.com/thought-leadership-webinars/ for registering for future webinars and to view past ones.