International Quality Standard means a double celebration

It was a double celebration for Securi-Guard Fire and Security as two of its key service divisions attained the new BS EN ISO 9001:2015 International Quality Standard.

Following an audit by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI), the company’s Tech Systems and Guarding Division both met the standards required by the International Standards Organisation (ISO).

The stringent audit is carried out by the NSI to ensure the company’s Quality Systems and Procedures comply with the new international standard, which is published by the British Standards Institution (BSI).

The BSI is responsible for ensuring that products, services and systems across a whole range of industries are meeting specification requirements covering quality, safety and efficiency.

In meeting the international standard required, the NSI awarded the Tech Systems Division Gold accreditation for both its fire alarms and security systems services.

One further Gold accreditation was awarded to the Guarding Division for its manned guarding, mobile patrol and key holding services.

Scott Boyd, Managing Director Securi-Guard Fire and Security, is delighted that the company continues to attain the highest of industry standards.

“These accreditation’s are the culmination of a tremendous amount of hard work and commitment from staff across the company,” said Scott.

“We recognise the significance of attaining these highly prestigious international quality marks in the confidence it gives our clients that we can deliver an exceptional service across all our divisions.”

The double accreditation follows the success of Securi-Guard Monitoring, which has also achieved certification to the new international standard.

The company is also one of only three monitoring providers in the UK with five NSI Gold awards under the inspectorate’s Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) Gold Scheme.

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