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Skills for Security and WorldSkills UK join forces to raise awareness of apprenticeship opportunities

Skills for Security and WorldSkills UK are launching a new Electronic Security Systems Competition at this year’s WorldSkills UK LIVE to raise awareness of apprenticeship and career opportunities in the security and surveillance industry. Attracting over 70,000 visitors,...
Posted On 17 Oct 2019
Left to Right: Nichola Maher, Mark Redding and Paul Cosentino receiving the awards for Chubb
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Chubb secures two Gold Awards from RoSPA for occupational Health and Safety

Chubb Systems has just received a Gold Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for the fifth consecutive year, while Chubb Fire & Security received the Gold Award for the second time following its first Gold Award in 2016. RoSPA Gold Award winners...
Posted On 25 Aug 2017
Receiving RoSPA's Gold Awards (Left to Right): Nichola Maher of Chubb Systems and Mark Redding, head of EH&S at Chubb Fire & Security
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Chubb secures duo of Gold Awards from RoSPA for Occupational Health and Safety

Chubb Systems has received a Gold Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for the fourth consecutive year, while Chubb Fire & Security received the Gold Award for the first time following its Silver Award in 2015. RoSPA Gold Award winners are...
Posted On 28 Jun 2016
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Chubb Fire & Security warns end users of dangers around illegal extinguisher disposal

Chubb Fire & Security has moved to remind end users about the dangers of illegally discarding or disposing of old fire extinguishers. The warning follows on from reports of an extinguisher exploding as it was crushed by a refuse lorry in London. The portable Chubb Carbon...
Posted On 17 Nov 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