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Frazer-Nash wins DE&S TSSP contracts

Posted 13 July 2015 · Add Comment

Engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has won two competitively tendered bids to provide comprehensive safety & environmental and information security technical support for DE&S TSSP (Training and Simulation Systems Programmes) - the MoD team who provide training and simulation systems for the army including virtual reality targetry training and low level urban skills training.

Frazer-Nash is now engaged in two multi-year contracts to deliver safety & environmental, and information security support across all projects delivered by TSSP. The contracts will see Frazer-Nash work alongside the programme safety and security officers as an extension of TSSP’s resources, scoping out, costing and overseeing the delivery of work across 13 programmes. Frazer-Nash will also be providing bi-annual insight sessions highlighting lessons learned and pertinent safety and security issues as well as providing targeted upskilling packages.

Anesh Chauhan, Land Defence specialist at Frazer-Nash consultancy said: “We were selected thanks to the depth of expertise we have in this area as well as on the strength of the work we have previously completed for TSSP.

“The real challenge is to ensure that all the work delivered ensures that safety is maximised but in a way that is appropriate and cost effective for the risk level of the activity being carried out in each project. That’s where the team’s depth of experience really adds value for TSSP.”

 

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