Nominations for our #NAHS19 annual awards are now closed. We would like to thank all those of you who took the time to nominate and recognise the outstanding and committed staff who work to keep our Healthcare environment, staff and patients safe. Our judging panel had an extremely difficult time working through the nominations and closing their winners as the quality of the nominations was so high.
The Award categories are as follows:
- Healthcare Security Officer
- Healthcare Security Team
- Healthcare Security Manager / ASMS (LSMS)
- Security Innovation
- Violence Reduction Initiative
- Healthcare Security Executive / Security Management Director or Non-Exec Director
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Paxton Access who are kindly sponsoring our awards for the second year running.
Last year’s #NAHS18 awards were a resounding success and allowed us to recognise and showcase the exceptional and outstanding work delivered on a daily basis by our members and their supporting teams and suppliers.
Our winners last year were as follows:
Security Officer of the Year was awarded to Matthew Richards, Engie, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
Security Team of the Year was awarded to Medway NHS Foundation Trust.
Security Manager of the Year was awarded to Mohamed Belghomari, CIS Security, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust.
The award for Security Innovation was won by Dave McKenna and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.
The Violence Reduction Initiative was awarded to Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The Chair’s award went to Lisa Corbridge of Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The NAHS Executives would like to thank all those who took the time to nominate in recognition of true professionalism and expertise across each and every category and we are looking forward to this year’s submissions.
NAHS Annual Conference and Awards
14 November 2019, Birmingham
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West Midlands Police Counter Terrorism Unit
Hardening Soft Targets
Guy Mathias – The Security Commonwealth
Developing a career in the Security Profession - How do we do it?
Jim Tighe – West London NHS Trust
Use of BWV by clinical staff – trial results
Ian Todd – Chief Executive of The SIA
West Midlands Police Cyber Crime Unit
Cyber Threats to the Healthcare Sector
Matt Lee—Bucks Health
Bringing Calm To The Chaos
Interactive table discussions on a range of
healthcare security topics