We are an accredited member of the SSAIB. This means we’re insurance approved and are inspected at regular intervals to make sure we operate to the highest standards. All work is fully certified. We are accredited for access control, CCTV, intruder alarm installation as well as intruder alarm maintenance. SSAIB only certify Companies that operate to the highest business standards as well as the highest installation standards. Our inspections occur annually in addition to their constant online supervision.
The Security Systems and Alarm Inspection Board is a leading certification body for organisations providing security systems and services, fire detection and alarm systems, telecare systems and services, manned services, approved contractors scheme as well as. monitoring services. When it comes to protecting your home from the impact of crime or fire you can’t afford to take any chances. The correct choice of a fire protection system or security protection is equilly important.
More about what the SSAIB say;
Founded in 1994, the SSAIB is a company limited by guarantee and is uniquely designed to provide the following services. It promotes high standards of service and is focused on serving the certification needs of organisations providing security as well as safety related services.
Certification with SSAIB is a mark of business excellence in addition to first rate installation standard. Our approach is inclusive of small and larger providers alike and we have some 1,600 companies of all sizes on our register. This means that we represent the greatest number of security service providers in the sector as well as the fire protection providers.
SSAIB’s schemes comply with all Police policies and insurers place particular demands on security and fire safety system providers. In the event of an incident, insurers will need to be satisfied that all reasonable precautions have been taken to mitigate risk in addition to this they will need to be satified the system was in full working order.
The costs associated with losses in the aftermath of an incident are not just limited to the immediate losses – as such incidents often lead to longer term consequential losses to the business. Using a certificated provider should minimise the likelihood of such events and demonstrate that all reasonable steps have been taken.