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11.12.2019, 16:44

ISIA Awards 2019

Company News, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, EMEA

Abloy UK has presented D15 Locksmiths with the "Locksmith Of The Year Award" at this year's Irish Security Institute Association (ISIA) Awards ceremony.

 

The event which was held this year at the Powerscourt Hotel and Resort Spa in County Wicklow, celebrates the success of ISIA member companies, their dedication to delivering exceptional service to clients, and their commitment to innovation and outstanding service delivery. The awards also provide an opportunity to recognise those organisations and individuals that contribute to safety and security.

 

The ISIA Locksmith of the Year award recognises the importance and vital contribution made by locksmiths to both domestic and commercial security. With a focus on customer service, quality and expertise, the winner of this award is selected through the assessment of a case study submission combined with responses submitted through an online customer survey.

 

Nominees for this award are measured across a range of areas such as professionalism, customer service, quality of work and technical knowledge. This year three locksmiths were shortlisted – Crothers Security, Locksmiths.ie and winners D15 Locksmiths.

 

Pat Jefferies, Commercial Director at Abloy UK, presented the award to Brian Molloy of D15 Locksmiths, a family owned, family run business that boasts highly trained and skilled technicians with a wealth of experience.

 

Pat said: “It was our pleasure to sponsor the ISIA Locksmith of the Year award again this year, it’s a great venue and we were impressed with the quality of the shortlisted companies. We’re delighted to have presented D15 Locksmiths with this award, and on behalf of Abloy UK I wish Brian and his team every success in the future.” 

 

Sean Leavy, President of the ISIA, added: “People are at the heart of security and recognising the contribution that they make is vital. Showcasing the individuals who have established successful careers in our industry and are flourishing, helps us to attract future candidates of a high calibre to our industry.”

 

 

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