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Manned guarding certification scheme explained at IFSEC

National Security Inspectorate : 10 April, 2009  (Company News)
The NSI stand at IFSEC in Birmingham in May will be the venue for gaining information on the organisation's certification schemes relating to electronic security system installers and manned guarding companies
Representatives from the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) will be present on Stand F5 in Hall 3A at this year's IFSEC to provide information on the inspectorate's third-party certification schemes for electronic security systems and manned guarding companies. NSI are also delighted to announce that they are a sponsor of the Apprentice Skills Challenge, offering their support to this popular event for the tenth year running.

Approval through one of the NSI's industry-leading schemes enables security companies to provide customers, Police and insurers with proof that they consistently meet the highest standards, helping them to gain new business opportunities in an increasingly competitive marketplace. NSI approved companies also benefit from in-depth technical support including regular updates on regulatory changes and training courses, as well as a listing in the NSI online directory on www.nsi.org.uk.

NSI was the first SIA accredited assessing body to offer access to the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) via the Passport route. Open to NSI Guarding Gold and Cash Services Gold approved companies that provide security guarding, CCTV, door supervision and keyholding services, the Passport route offers an additional option for access to the ACS. NSI approved companies choosing this route must meet a new NSI passport specification but will not be required to go through separate ACS assessment, thus benefiting from potential cost savings.
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