Integrated Security Consultants Ltd (ISC) has been awarded the NSI Guarding Gold Accreditation, re-affirming the company's long term track record of exceptional performance, reliability and stability in its provision of security services.
The award compliments ISC's growing portfolio of professional accreditations gained through continued efforts to proactively raise company standards and practices, including SAFEcontractor, a health and safety based accreditation, and the Carbon Smart Blue award, awarded for ISC's Corporate Social Responsibility efforts in reducing its carbon footprint.
The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) is one of the industry's most recognised and respected independent bodies and approved by the SIA (Security Industry Authority) to assess and award a number of quality approvals. NSI Gold is the highest accreditation in this set of standards (incorporating the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008), providing the benchmark for companies to aspire to. The award therefore confirms that ISC operates within the very top-tier of today's security industry standards and practices.
NSI seals of approval are subject to passing a rigorous voluntary assessment. In order to meet NSI's strict standards for Gold Approval, ISC amongst a host of other criteria, had to demonstrate that it provides the highest level of staff training and supervision to industry best practice standards at all times; that it security screens all of its relevant staff; and that it is comprehensively insured to protect customers and staff.
The NSI Gold award means that ISC's clients can rest assured that the strict measures and procedures ISC has in place meet the highest relevant British and European Standards for technical performance and will be subject to continual scheduled and random monitoring by an external body.
"I am delighted ISC has been awarded NSI GOLD," explained ISC's Quality Manager, Amanda Randall. "It is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of all at ISC and an affirmation to ISC's clients that they can continue to rely on receiving the highest quality of service."
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