In the news... 2013
Media items which have appeared on web sites recently which concern TPS, the projects we have been involved with or items contributed by our staff.
The Danger Zone
Whether it’s on land, at sea or underground, surveying can throw up potentially risky situations. but these members are not afraid to rise to the challenge.
Interviews for Modus by Michael Willoughby.
The University of Nottingham in the UK and seven industry firms includign TPS have teamed up for a research project that aims to develop a new material for increased blast and ballistic survivability.
(Articles on LIMBS were also published online during 2012)
Gatwick Airport Airbus A380 ready
Gatwick recently inaugurated a stand specially designed to handle the world's largest commercial airliner, the A380; TPS provided design support for taxiway and apron modifications between the runway and the new stand.
Chris Lawrence security blog
Chris Lawrence has begun a regular blog for the online Security and Fire industry magazine IFSEC Global - the first had elicited some very positive comments and we will add links to each item he submits.
Security Graduate Scheme
Investment in graduates can benefit everyone: you business, your employees, your clients, writes Chris Lawrence, Principal Security Consultant, TPS.
In 2009 the Security and Explosion Effects Team within TPS championed the case for graduate trainees and developed a Graduate Training Programme (GTP) for its post-graduate new starters. With no obvious career progression or development path for people considering a career in security consultancy, the objective was to develop our people and their skills in a structured and professional manner, tailored to the security arena.
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