ISD Tech Receives Fire Certification

ISD Tech, an agile and fast growing Surrey-based security systems integrator, has announced that it has achieved BAFE accreditation for the design, commissioning, installation and maintenance of fire detection systems.

“The extension of our capability into fire enables us to offer turnkey fire detection and alarm systems together with integrated security solutions. The expansion is a direct result of our customers wanting the responsiveness and agility we already bring to electronic security. The combined offering means our customers can benefit from those same industry-leading service levels for their fire safety. At the same, engaging ISD Tech as a single source partner, enables organisations to realise significant cost savings and operational efficiencies,” commented Nicky Stokes, Managing Director of ISD Tech.

ISD Tech received the successful certification through the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Gold scheme, which is approved by BAFE and incorporates fire detection and alarm systems. Inspecting ISD Tech to BAFE SP203, the scheme is acknowledged by the fire and rescue services, government and insurers.

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ISD Tech can now offer fully designed, installed and maintained fire detection and alarm systems to the highest industry standards and regulations.  ISD Tech has extensive expertise in the design, delivery, maintenance and monitoring of integrated security solutions for an array of commercial customers. With an international reach across Europe, the Middle and Africa, ISD Tech has proven domain expertise across data centre, retail, utilities and critical infrastructure sectors.

ISD Tech is shortlisted in three categories at this year’s Security and Fire Excellence Awards, which showcase the very best companies, products, projects and individuals the security and fire industry has to offer. For more information on ISD Tech and its range of security and fire services, go to www.isd-tech.com or email info@isd-tech.com.

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