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The leading industry standard which provides provides customer reassurance that Euro Security and Fire are a reputable and trusted contractor that has been independently verified as meeting strict industry standards.
The National Inspectorate Institute (NSI) is recognised as the leading certification body for the security protection sector in the UK. For over 40 years, they have helped protect businesses by providing robust, high quality audits of business security system providers. Businesses who select an NSI approved company have the reassurance that their chosen contractors will work to the highest industry standards demanded by the Police, Fire and Rescue Services and the insurance industry.
NSAI Certification creates, maintains and promotes accredited certification of products, services and organisations for compliance with recognised standards, from business management systems to product approvals.
NSAI continually monitor approved installers to make sure they continue to comply with the requirements of I.S. EN 50131/1.
BAFE is the independent registration body for third party certified fire protection companies across the UK.
Using a BAFE registered company gives the appointed person responsible for fire safety with the confidence they are using a competent provider. There is increasing responsibility for safety on the owner/occupier (Responsible Person/Duty Holder). Therefore it is increasingly important that the quality of fire protection is fit for purpose and is installed and maintained by competent companies. In buying your fire protection from a BAFE Registered company you are assured of this.
Constructionline is the UK's largest register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants. Primarily aimed at the construction sector, this accreditation provides customers with reassurance by thoroughly checking all the important pre-qualification data covering; company details, financials, health & safety, equalities and environmental information.
The construction and associated industries have some of the highest risks in the UK, accounting for 22% of fatal injuries for workers, despite only employing 5% of the British work force. The installation of security systems is not generally regarded as being a part of the construction industry. However Euro Security & Fire recognise that when it comes to new building projects, main prime contractors regard health and safety competency as one of their top priorities when it comes to buying services.
Safe-T-Cert is a third party accredited health and safety management scheme which meets the requirements of Northern Ireland public sector procurement policy.
It was developed from the 18001/2 documentation but enhanced specifically for the construction industry. It is based on ‘best practice’ requirements for international and national bodies, including ILO guidelines. Safe-T-Cert is recognised under the ‘Buildsafe’ initiative in Northern Ireland and the ‘Construction Safety Partnership’ in the Republic of Ireland. Sate-T-Cert is also a member of Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP).
The Private Security Authority (PSA) is the statutory body with responsibility for licensing and regulating the private security industry in the republic of Ireland.
The PSA is an independent body under the aegis of the Department of Justice and Equality. Established following the passing of the Private Security Services Act in 2004, the PSA started licensing security contractors in 2006 and security employees in 2007. A valid certificate must in force for anyone installing security systems in the R.O.I.