Left to Right: Robert Moore (fire systems director, Boston Networks), Paul Goodbrand (operations director, Boston Networks), NSI CEO Richard Jenkins and Scott McEwan (CEO, Boston Networks)
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Boston Networks awarded double NSI Gold and BAFE Certification

Boston Networks, an established and recognised Scottish-based provider of intelligent building solutions and fixed and wireless networks, has received recognition of its commitment to providing security and fire safety services of the highest standard with the award of two Gold...
Posted On 13 Oct 2015
Left to Right: Alasdair Hay (Chief Fire Officer, SFRS), Stephen Adams (CEO, BAFE), Clare Adamson MSP, Elaine Murray MSP, Michael McMahon MSP, Douglas Barnett (chairman, BAFE), Nigel Don MSP and Lewis Ramsay (Assistant Chief Fire Officer, SFRS)
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BAFE uses Fire Safety Reception at Holyrood to promote case for third party certification

On Wednesday 30 September, BAFE – the not-for-profit third party certification and registration body supporting the UK’s fire industry – hosted a Fire Safety Reception at the Scottish Parliament specifically designed to highlight continued efforts towards...
Posted On 06 Oct 2015
The NSI has now reached the 400 mark for BAFE Scheme registrations
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National Security Inspectorate hits the 400 mark for BAFE Scheme registrations

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) has now reached the milestone of 400 BAFE Scheme registrations which represents a significant achievement for the NSI-BAFE alliance. The NSI is licensed by BAFE (the independent third party registration body for the fire protectio...
Posted On 09 Jul 2015
Richard Jenkins: CEO at the NSI
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NSI and BIFM take part in ITN programme focused on security and fire safety

In partnership with the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM), the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) has participated in a current affairs-style programme produced by ITN Productions and previewed today at BIFM’s ThinkFM Annual Conference in London. The programme...
Posted On 13 May 2015
The Fire and Security Association is calling on the new Government to engage on three key issues that affect fire and security companies: prompt payment, boosting technical skills and cost-effective business licensing
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“Payment, skills and cost-effective business licensing all crucial to success” urges Fire and Security Association

The Fire and Security Association (FSA) is calling on the new Conservative Government to engage with the organisation on three key issues affecting fire and security companies: prompt payment, boosting technical skills and cost-effective business licensing. With regard to...
Posted On 13 May 2015
Wave 4 of the FIA’s must-read Market Conditions Review is now available
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“Orders on the up but margins squeezed”: FIA publishes Market Conditions Review

Wave 4 of the Fire Industry Association’s (FIA) must-read Market Conditions Review is now available. The main news is that orders are up although margins are squeezed, and that healthy growth in the sector means there’s now an increased need for more skilled labour...
Posted On 28 Apr 2015
It’s extremely important for building owners to seek fire safety equipment that comes from a robust and transparent supply chain
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“End users must seek fire safety equipment from ‘robust and transparent’ supply chains” states Hochiki Europe

Ray Turner explains why it’s vitally important for building owners and security/fire safety/risk managers to seek fire safety equipment for their premises that originates from a robust and transparent supply chain.  Building owners rely on the use of high-performance fire...
Posted On 14 Apr 2015