NSI Regional Meeting

CPS Attend NSI Regional Meeting in Lymm

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On Friday 4th November 2016 several members of the CPS Senior Management team attended the NSI Regional Meeting at the Lymm Hotel.

As an NSI Gold accredited company Crime Prevention Services are audited regularly and always work to the highest standard. The company’s on-going commitment to quality and safety is reflected by CPS achieving the highest recognised accreditation in the industry.

Being certified by a third-party accredited company such as the NSI (National Security Inspectorate) provides reassurance to customers that CPS is a reputable and trusted organisation within the industry. The NSI keep pace with the latest best-practice guidelines as well as the ever-changing legislation in the security industry and through regional meetings, newsletters and regular audits those standards are communicated to companies such as CPS.

NSI states:

NSI has provided certification services for over 40 years and is widely recognised by consumers, specifiers, police and insurers as the badge they can trust. NSI approval is only given to those companies that are able to consistently meet our exacting standards.

The recent NSI Regional Meeting which CPS attended in Lymm was a prime example of this ethos of sharing information within the industry to assist us all to not only comply, but exceed industry standards. On the day there were approximately 60 attendees from the industry, including representatives from suppliers at the fore-front of technology, team members from other NSI Gold & NSI Silver accredited security companies and members from NSI itself.

There were several very interesting presentations throughout the day which covered topics as diverse as recent bio-metric security technology advancements, changes to the ISO9001 standards and the upward trend in the monitoring of alarms. It was also an excellent opportunity to meet with others in the industry and share solutions and knowledge with each other including a lively “Q & A” session during the presentations.

It was a very interesting and informative meeting and CPS will be sending representatives to future NSI Regional Meetings to stay abreast of the latest developments and technology within the security industry.