Posted on 18th June 2016
Vespasian Security joins the United Kingdom Crowd Management Association (UKCMA)
Vespasian Security has become a member of the prestigious United Kingdom Crowd Management Association (UKCMA).
The UKCMA was founded in 2001 to represent the interests of key commercial organisations whose primary business is providing crowd management and event security services.
Vespasian Security was invited to join the association by two prominent members. Meeting three times per year, the organisation provides a forum for all members to address the emerging challenges facing the industry. Vespasian Security Director Keith Gardiner said,
‘As an organisation, Vespasian has always aimed high, wanting to improve the industry, improve working conditions and improve the perception to private security as a whole. Being part of organisations and associations such as the UKCMA is a must. There is strength in unity and being a UKCMA member Vespasian has a real opportunity to affect change.’
Vespasian Security Company Director, Simon Hodge said,
Joining the UKCMA is just small part of our commitment to best practice in the crowd management industry. We see membership of industry organisations as a vital part of keeping the security and crowd management sector at the forefront of innovation. The UKCMA is an excellent example of an organisation that can create real change within its industry by acting as a voice for workers, companies and stakeholders. For this reason, we are really excited about being part of the UKCMA.”