CERTIFICATES

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Security Industry Authority

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the UK. The SIA are an independent body reporting to the Home Secretary, under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act

2001. The SIA aim to regulate the private security industry effectively; to reduce criminality, raise standards and recognise quality service. As an Approved Contractor GR8 has met SIA’s standards and provides purchasers of private security services with independent proof of our commitment to quality.

GR8 Security Limited currently holds SIA Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) status for the provision of Security guarding.

NSI Gold

NSI approval is a highly respected and trusted hallmark in the security and fire sectors, demonstrating technical expertise and a reassuring quality of service. GR8 Security Ltd is a Gold certified company with our scope of accreditation covering ISO 9001:2015, BS 10800, BS 7499, BS 7858 and BS 7984-3.

SafeContractor

SafeContractor is one of the leading health and safety assessment schemes in the UK. The SafeContractor scheme reviews and audits the health and safety policies, procedures and documentation of contractors. As an Accredited contractor GR8 has demonstrated a high level of health and safety compliance and clients and potential clients can rest assured they are in the safest of hands.

Constructionline

Constructionline is a register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants. It is mainly used by the construction industry in the UK. The database is accessed by over 2000 organisations including central government, local authorities & main contractors all whom require you to be accredited before beginning the tender process. Constructionline helps with the typical problems associated with the tender process, saving time, money and hassle in the process.

CHAS

CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Scheme) is a leading provider of compliance and risk management solutions. Their award-winning solutions help contractors (suppliers) and clients (buyers) ensure supply chain compliance, mitigate risks and support efficient supply chain management. CHAS is a co-founder of Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) and the Common Assessment Standard. CHAS is trusted by the UK’s biggest names across multiple industries, including construction, education, facilities management, and housing and development. CHAS sets compliance benchmarks that drive industries forward and make the world of work a safer place.

Cyber Essentials

Cyber Essentials is a United Kingdom certification scheme designed to show an organisation has a minimum level of protection in cyber security through annual assessments to maintain certification. Backed by the UK government and overseen by the National Cyber Security Centre.

Pacesetters

The ACS Pacesetters membership is made up of Contract Security Guarding Companies who are in the top 15% benchmarking and achievement levels set by the Security Industry Authority Approved Contractor Scheme.

NCP 119 Certificate

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) introduced a new Code of Practice (NCP 119) for the ‘Provision of Labour in the Security and Events Sectors’, effective 1st April 2020. Commercial providers of guarding staff routinely scale up resources, when required. This operational procurement of additional, sub-contracted labour can pose a variety of risks compromising the safety and security of the public, offering unwelcome scope for worker exploitation, and bringing the industry into disrepute if inadequately managed. NCP 119 is mandatory for NSI Guarding Gold and Silver approved companies from 31st December 2021. It provides buyers with an important assurance that their security guarding providers are of a suitable standard, operate as responsible employers and so minimise the security risk associated with labour provision (sometimes referred to as agency labour). NCP 119’s requirements include measures related to best practice in terms of organisational structure, finances, payroll, insurance and premises. They also include personnel, sale of services, operations and documentation and record-keeping. The personnel requirements cover recruitment, training, employee terms and conditions, and uniforms.