Integrity is pleased to announce that we are looking to forge stronger links with the ‘not for profit sector’. Both Integrity Facilities Management and Integrity Security have recently assisted the Lisieux Trust with reviewing fire safety at their premises. This area of activity is of paramount importance to the Trust as the users of their services have varying degrees of dependency. We recognise that we must integrate our business values and operations to meet the expectations of our stakeholders and we were proud to assist in this important aspect of their operations. As well as delivering value for money services we recognise that our social, economic and environmental responsibilities to stakeholders are integral to ours and indeed the Trust’s business objectives. We aim to demonstrate these responsibilities through our actions and within our corporate policies. We look forward to assisting Lisieux and indeed other not for profit organisations into the future.
Phil Terry, Regional Support Manager, potentially saved lives last weekend when he summoned the Emergency Services after spotting suspected arsonists whilst performing Mobile Patrol duties. He was then able to pass on the suspects details to the Police to help them in their investigations. The incident, which was reported in the local media, needed fifty firefighters and ten fire engines to tackle the blaze. The unit and about thirty vans were destroyed, but Phil’s actions prevented damage to adjoining units.
Phil received thanks and commendations from the tenant, based in Oldbury, as Integrity attended some forty minutes before the tenant’s appointed security contractor. The Police and Fire Service also complemented Integrity on their timely actions and information reporting.
Integrity’s mobile patrol service supports the local CCTV control room, also staffed by Integrity Security personnel, in enhancing the safety and security of local businesses and the general public.