CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa--The NSCA Education Foundation is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to students entering the commercial electronic systems industry. "The future of the commercial electronic systems industry relies upon the next generation of individuals entering the marketplace," said Melissa Henderson, NSCA Education Foundation managing director, in a supplied release.
PHILADELPHIA--Day & Zimmerman, a $1.9 billion worldwide company with extensive business in security guarding, has become one of the first guard services organizations to receive SAFETY Act designation from the federal government.
EXTON, Pa.--Governor Ed Rendell and Stephen Schmerin, Secretary of the Department of Labor and Industry, have nominated the Protection Bureau, a commercial integrator based here, for a Governor's Award for Safety Excellence.
EDMONTON, Alberta--United Protection Security Group, a publicly traded provider of security integration and manned guard services, has announced $800,000 in new contracts with PTI Group to secure a 1500-man permanent construction camp located 110 kilometers north of Fort McMurray, in Alberta, Canada. The company is seeking to carve out a niche in protecting high-profile pipeline operations and industrial locations in western Canada.
LAS VEGAS--Perhaps nobody in the security industry has received as much good press lately as Tim Whall, newly installed chief operations officer at Stanley Convergent Technologies Group now that Stanley has completed its purchase of HSM, where Whall earned his reputation as one of the best managers in the business. He arrived in Las Vegas for ISC West fresh off of visiting every single Stanley integration branch in the first 30 days after the deal closed in early January.
IRVINE, Calif.--After spending much of 2006 developing its infrastructure, full-service security firm Remote Surveillance Technologies, based here, has announced an intent to acquire Applied Security Logistics, a security integrator based in Los Angeles.