This week, the employees of Pilotech was notified that their toolbox for crisis management is nominated in the category "Best New Security Product" for The Outstanding Security Performance Awards (The OSPA).
Key words are "outstanding work” and “excellence”
The OSPA is an independent organization that wants to promote safety and crime prevention, and will with this award focus on the companies that work with security to reach for the concept of outstanding work.
-We at Pilotech are very honored that InCaseIT™ have been considered for this award and been accepted by The OSPA jury, says Harald Axelsen, Sales Director at Pilotech. We see this a clear proof that we are doing the right things and that InCaseIT™ meet the market's need for a good, modern, efficient and user friendly tool. We are also grateful for the attention it gives us and Pilotech in our continuous effort in providing the industry a solid emergency system, Mr., Axelsen ends.
Independent and inclusive
Prices for excellence in safety (The OSPA prices) recognizes and rewards companies and individuals who perform security or safety work. The OSPA prices are meant to be both independent and inclusive, and provides an opportunity for those who perform outstanding work safety and protection, either as buyers or suppliers, to be recognized and praised for its success.
Research and collaboration across borders
The criteria for these prices are based on extensive research of the major factors that contribute to and characterize excellent work (Aspiring to Excellence - perpetuity Research). The OSPA prices are organized in cooperation with the security agencies and groups in many countries.
The OSPA jury consists of the following persons:
▪ Runar Karlsen, NHO Service
▪ Øyvind Smedsrød, DSS
▪ Audun Vestli, COWI
▪ Jon Sigurd Jacobsen, SOS Security
▪ Karin Bjørgo Fagersand, Nosif
▪ Carsten Rapp, NSM