ISO9001 is the international standard for creating a quality management system (QMS), published by ISO (the international organisation for standardisation). The standard was most recently updated in 2015, and it is referred to as ISO 9001:2015 It is the most widely used QMS standard in the world, with over 1 million certificates issued to organisations in 178 countries.
British Standards 7858 & 7960
BS7858 is a British Standard that sets out the requirements for the vetting of individuals who work with vulnerable adults. In other words, it’s a measure of organizational safety and verifies the authenticity of new team members.
BS7960 is a British Standard that provides practical guidance on the operational and management aspects for companies providing door supervision services to licensed premises or organised events. This includes risk assessment, contracts, staffing and training and development of personnel.
SIA Approved Contractor Scheme
The Security Industry Authorities Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) provides a recognised hallmark of quality within the private security industry.
ACS companies are assessed against 78 different areas of their business. These cover topics as diverse as staff training, financial management and the company’s health and safety policies.
When you choose an approved contractor, you can be sure that the business you are working with has passed a thorough quality assurance check with the Security Industry Authority.
Security Guarding and Key Holding
Titans Security are an approved Security Guarding and Key Holding Company.
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NOEA, was first established in 1979, and for almost 40 years has acted to promote best practice, consistency and robust business throughout the outdoor events industry. NOEA’s policy to educate, advise and enhance professionalism and business opportunities clearly works. Through regional workshops, community networking, events, and partnerships, we create opportunities for those in the industry to find out about the latest developments and topical issues.
NASDU – Associate Member
National Association of Security Dog Users promotes standards, training and education within the private security dog sector and offers support and guidance to both members and end users, it was established in 1996.
NASDU is recognised within the security industry by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) *, British Standards Institute (BSI), Skills for Security, BSIA, IPSA together with the Home Office, NPCC, DATR, as well as many Animal Welfare Groups and local Authority Dog Wardens. NASDU keeps members up to date with the industry and related topics together with British Standards, Codes of Practice and training materials. The following pages contain information about NASDU, how to join, together with the benefits of membership. Regular updates will be made on our website and Facebook page announcing news and items of interest within your sector.
Disability Confident Employer
Disability Confident is creating a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people.
Being Disability Confident is a unique opportunity to lead the way in your community, and you might just discover someone your business cannot do without.
It was developed by employers and disabled people’s representatives to make it rigorous but easily accessible, particularly for smaller businesses.
Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award
The Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) encourages employers to support defence and inspire others to do the same. The scheme encompasses bronze, silver and gold awards for employer organisations that pledge, demonstrate or advocate support to defence and the armed forces community, and align their values with the Armed Forces Covenant.
Mental Health Charter Gold Award
The Mental Health Charter is a social movement to change the way people think and act about mental health challenges. The charter started in 2020 and is growing year on year! We support leaders in work and in communities to deliver change and help people with lived experiences of mental health challenges to stamp out stigma through their own charter activities. But there is still more to be done to change attitudes and behaviour.