Why You Should Use an Accredited Company

Ensuring the safety of your home or business requires a security system provider you can trust implicitly. The decision can be overwhelming, but looking for accredited providers, such as those recognized by the Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board (SSAIB), is a crucial step in narrowing down your choices. Discover the peace of mind that comes with choosing an accredited company through SSAIB.

Our blog explores the importance of SSAIB accreditation, featuring insights into the thorough inspection process, showcasing Cobra Fire and Security Ltd’s achievement, and providing five compelling reasons to opt for SSAIB-accredited companies. Elevate your security standards and make an informed choice for your home or business. Choose security with confidence—choose SSAIB accreditation.


Understanding SSAIB Accreditation

What is SSAIB?

SSAIB stands for Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board. It is the premier certification body for organizations offering a range of security services, including security systems such as intruder alarms and CCTV, fire detection and alarm systems, telecare systems, manned security services, and monitoring services.

Why Choose an SSAIB Accredited Company?

Certification with SSAIB is a mark of excellence, indicating a security provider’s trustworthiness and responsibility. Choosing an SSAIB accredited company provides assurance that they adhere to rigorous standards and policies.

The SSAIB Accreditation Process

Thorough Inspection

To achieve SSAIB accreditation, a company undergoes a comprehensive inspection by an impartial board. This ensures compliance with British and European standards, appropriate codes of practice, and industry-specific criteria. The accreditation is subject to annual reviews to maintain the high standards.

Cobra Fire and Security Ltd: A SSAIB Accredited Company

Cobra Fire and Security Ltd proudly announces its SSAIB accreditation, showcasing its commitment to international standards, competence, impartiality, and capability. The government’s recognition of the accreditation process through UKAS further validates the company’s standing.

Five Reasons to Choose an SSAIB Company

Insurance Approval

SSAIB ensures that accredited companies comply with industry standards, aligning your security with insurance policies and industry standards. The safer your home or business, the lower your insurance premiums.

Police Response

Certified providers like Cobra Fire and Security Ltd can install monitored systems, meeting the Association of Chief Police Officers’ policy for verified alarm systems and enabling police response.

Installation Standards

Keeping up with evolving installation standards is crucial. Cobra Fire and Security demonstrates its commitment to staying current with the latest standards, ensuring compliance in all their works.

Security Screened Staff

SSAIB recommends security screening for all individuals working in the security environment, ensuring regular screenings and verifying identity, criminal records, and other relevant checks. Cobra Fire and Security meets these expectations.

Auditable Works

All works by Cobra Fire and Security, including installations, are subject to in-person inspections and online reviews by SSAIB. This ongoing audit process ensures that best practice standards are consistently maintained.

So why use an Accredited company?

Choosing a security provider with SSAIB accreditation is not just a choice; it’s a commitment to excellence, reliability, and trust. For more information about SSAIB, visit their website https://www.ssaib.org. Choose security with confidence—choose SSAIB accreditation.



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Reviewed: 28/01/2024 Our articles are reviewed regularly. However, any changes made to standards or legislation following the review date will not have been considered. Please note that we provide abridged, easy-to-understand guidance. To make detailed decisions about your fire safety provisions, you might require further advice or need to consult the full standards and legislation.