13 July, 2011
2020 Vision are again delighted to provide their support for the annual Birmingham University OSCARS.
Each year the University of Birmingham, Hospitality and Accommodation Service (HAS) recognises and rewards staff achievement and customer service at their annual OSCAR Awards. This years event the sixth, took place at Fusion on the Vale on Friday the 8th July.
The purpose of the OSCARS is to distinguish the individual or collective efforts of staff that go the extra mile to ensure customers needs and expectations are not only met, but often exceeded. These are the individuals and teams that ensure that HAS lives up to its vision of providing excellent services for the University community.
2020 Vision MD Peter Houlis who attended the event on behalf of the company said “good company, fine wine and delicious food made the evening a great success. We are delighted to be able to support our valued clients in acknowledging the contribution their people make to the success of such a prestigious University”.
For more information about the Oscars visit http://www.has.bham.ac.uk/HASOSCARS.shtml
13 July, 2011
The UK Government has reassessed the current terrorism threat level in England Scotland and Wales from Severe to Substantial. In Northern Ireland it remains at Severe.
There are five levels of threat:
- critical – an attack is expected imminently
- severe – an attack is highly likely
- substantial – an attack is a strong possibility
- moderate – an attack is possible but not likely
- low – an attack is unlikely
11 July, 2011
2020 Vision, a specialist North Shields-based security firm, has completed a contract to step up the safekeeping of students at a Tyneside school.
Parents, teachers and students alike at King’s School in Tynemouth can rest easy despite the arrival of the dark nights, thanks to the recent installation of a set of state-of-the-art surveillance cameras on site. Read more…
2020 Vision use Axis camera technology to help safeguard passengers travelling through the new Tyne Tunnel
1 July, 2011
he New Tyne Crossing project is one of the UK’s biggest transport infrastructure projects. A second vehicle tunnel, which opened earlier this year, has been constructed under the River Tyne in the North East and will serve all south-bound traffic. The existing Tyne Tunnel which is currently undergoing a full refurbishment, will service all north-bound traffic once it is reopened. The tunnels travel between North and South Tyneside and the existing tunnel regularly served 38,000 customers per day. Read more…