Ejadah’s Arkan secures Security Company of the Year award
Arkan adopted few technologies & innovations including smart guard application
Arkan, the security arm of Ejadah, won Security Company of the Year award at FMME Awards 2020.
Talking about one of its projects, a judge remarked, “Through the provision of security consultancy services on projects such as Dubai's Museum of the Future, Arkan is blazing a trail that positions the organisation as an industry leader.”
Tarek Nizameddin, senior executive director, Ejadah, said: “In additional to mastering the traditional man-guarding and security systems, Ejadah’s security arm Arkan adopted few technologies & innovations including smart guard application and a fully autonomous security robotic solution. This is an industry first and no other security service provider in the region has this capability
“Arkan has championed the continuous training and development for all of our staff at all grades and designations which was reflected in the quality of services rendered to our clients. Moreover, Arkan Security Consultancy and Technical Services team are established to meet the increasing demand for independent security consultancy services across the region. We are the leader in the field of security engineering and project delivery and are proud of our ability to supply innovative and high quality technical solutions to our clients.”
Talking more about the importance of security in facilities, Nizameddin said: “Security plays a big role in the management of facilities and communities and the role became bigger since the COVID 19 pandemic started. Security is part of the first line of defense and compliment the other sectors and contribute by ensuring the compliance with authorities’ requirements and instructions to fight the pandemic.”
The highly commended in this category was Farnek. Farnek has a diversified security portfolio, offering services to all market sectors. The firm is the current service provider to the Landmark group, with over 72 individual locations to be served and in excess of 300 guards deployed.