Here at Safeguard Systems, we are delighted to announce we have sailed through our latest SSAIB inspection.
Each year our business is audited by this organisation to ensure we are maintaining an exceptional level of service to our customers, and follow a strict set of guidelines around technical standards, transparency, system design proposals, land more.
Certification with SSAIB is a mark of excellence in the security industry.
For those reading this, who are unfamiliar with the SSAIB here is a quick overview of who they are and what they do:
“The Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board (SSAIB) is the leading certification body for organisations providing security systems and services, fire detection and alarm systems, telecare systems and services, manned security services and monitoring services.”
We receive many enquiries on a monthly basis for new system installs, and we are often asked if we are SSAIB accredited.
Insurers regularly stipulate their customers need to have their new systems installed, or their old ones upgraded by an SSAIB accredited security systems company.
In simple terms, this means the following for our customers.
- By working with Safeguard Systems, you are in safe hands
- We will do what we say we will.
- We will always work to high standards, and won’t cut corners.
Security is often about peace of mind, and we provide that to all our customers.
“We are absolutely delighted to pass this inspection with flying colours. When we set up our business many years ago, one of the key commitments we made was to provide exceptionally good customer service, sound technical advice and quality installs day in day out. To be regularly recognised and accredited by a national body like the SSAIB, is a testament to the hard work by all of the Safeguard Systems team.”
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