Kestrel Electronic Security are an SSAIB registered company.
SSAIB is the technical inspectorate for security systems installations. Through SSAIB, installing companies are inspected for:
- Compliance with ACPO requirements
- Compliance with ABI recommendations
- Technical competence
- Compliance with security industry codes of practice
- Management procedures
- Customer care
In addition to the required security industry technical standards and codes of practice all SSAIB recognised companies must:
- Hold employers liability insurance.
- Hold public liability insurance.
- Hold efficacy insurance. (product failure to perform)
- Provide 24 hour emergency call out services.
- Respond to emergency calls.
Security screen all employees to BS7858 and ACPO requirements.
The SSAIB is a non-profit making organisation limited by guarantee and governed by an independent board of directors.
To check the validity of a company’s continued recognition by SSAIB, the security services technical inspectorate, contact : 131 Bedford Street, North Shields, Tyne & Wear. NE29 6LA Tel : 0191 2963242 Fax : 0191 2962667
Founded over 100 years ago, The electrical contractors association (ECA) is the UK’s largest and leading trade association representing electrical, electronic, installation engineering and building services companies.
Recognised by government, commerce and industry as the authoritative voice of the sector, the ECA is amongst the nations best resourced representative associations.
The association works closely with government and key national bodies to improve industry standards and procedures. Its comprehensive, progressive and innovative services are highly respected and renowned throughout the industry.
TrustMark is a new, award winning scheme supported by the government, consumer groups and building industry to help you find reputable firms to carry out repairs, maintenance and improvement work inside and outside your home.
If a company displays the TrustMark logo you know that a trade association or other certification organisation, has checked the company and found that it meets certain standards the government has set.
Supporting the Profession to Safeguard the Client
With more than 500 members across the United Kingdom, the Fire and Security Association (FSA), is the fastest growing representative body for companies that design, install, commission, maintain and monitor electronic fire and security systems.
As a specialist division of the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), and working in partnership with SELECT, the Scottish electro-technical trade association, the FSA is uniquely positioned to improve industry standards and develop its member’s businesses.
FSA members represent all sizes of professional companies from local suppliers with only a few operatives to large multi-service companies.
All work to exacting British and European technical standards and are independently assessed and third party certificated.
Through the ECA’s well-established consultative and advisory structure, FSA members have direct access to the latest industry developments and have the opportunity to contribute actively to those developments.
The FSA aims to:
Provide a highly effective membership platform, upon which the specialist services, skills, expertise and interests of members can be developed further and actively represented and promoted to both the business and wider end-user community
Increase productivity and professionalism across the electronic fire and security systems sectors by supporting the development of both technical standards and new occupational standards, apprenticeship schemes, training programmes and qualifications that are relevant to member’s needs and are accessible to the wider industry
Actively develop and maintain collaborative relationships with Government departments, public bodies, trade associations, standard setting bodies, institutions, inspectorates, certification bodies and other industry stakeholders in order to effectively represent the interests of members
Disseminate timely information to members, potential members, key stakeholders and the wider end-user community in order to raise awareness of key issues affecting the electronic fire and security systems industry and its customer base and respond appropriately.