Accredations


The National Security Inspectorate

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) is an independent, not-for-profit approvals body providing inspection services for the security and fire industries.
For over 30 years, NSI has been protecting the customer by insisting on the highest standards and operating the toughest inspection regime. Companies are inspected regularly by highly qualified, full-time inspectors, to prove their ongoing competence.
We are Gold approved for CCTV, Intruder, Access Control and Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

BAFE

BAFE is the independent third party registration body for the fire protection industry. For more than 25 years we have been developing schemes for UKAS accredited certification bodies to assess and approve companies to recognised standards. BAFE also provides independent examination services to leading training organisations for the portable extinguisher initial training requirements of BS5306-3.

Chas Accredited

Local authority health and safety and contract professionals, supported by the Health and Safety Executive, have developed the Contractor Health and Safety (CHAS) Assessment Scheme over recent years. It is now available for any public sector organisation to use in their pre-qualification process for contractor application for approved/select list or short-listing. It provides information relating to the health and safety element of the application only.

Constructionline

Constructionline is the UK's largest register of local and national pre-qualified construction and construction-related services. It offers commercial gains to the construction industry as a whole by supplying public and private sector procurers with a single national pre-qualification scheme, improving efficiency and streamlining procedures for all.

Safecontractor

Safecontractor was initially developed as a bespoke project for a Property Management client who wished to outsource the annual vetting of contractors on its approved list. Interest shown by other similar clients identified the potential for a standardised system that could be offered to the whole of the company's client base.