At Foremost Security, achieving high standards and delivering outstanding service is something we always strive for.
That’s why we’re proud and delighted to announce that as a result of our focus on quality, we’ve been named on the ESPO framework 347_ 18 – Security Services.
About the ESPO national frameworks
As a leading public sector procurement organisation, ESPO has a wide catalogue of 25,000 products and services organised into a network of 120 national frameworks, including framework 347_18 – Security ... Continue Reading →
Security is in our blood here at Foremost Security. This is why we leave no stone unturned when it comes to protecting our customers’ businesses or property. We guarantee high quality security with our performance and services, which is one of our many reasons as to why we have many verified accreditations.
Accreditation by an independent authority
The Security Industry Authority, or SIA, was established for the simple reason of regulating the security industry through compulsory licensing and managing a voluntary scheme ... Continue Reading →
We recently applied for an IPSA (The International Professional Security Association) accreditation, in order for us to work with constituency offices across the political spectrum. This now enables us to work with these offices across the Midlands, which is a great step forward for our team!
So, why did we apply?
We were initially approached by the IPSA to apply for a membership, as they recognised us for our incredibly high standards, and with recent security issues arising in the offices of ... Continue Reading →
We are pleased to announce that Foremost Security Limited has been awarded the coveted Safecontractor Accreditation for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety.
Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors. It will enhance the company’s ability to attract new contracts and its commitment to safety will be viewed positively by its insurers when the ... Continue Reading →
I often use the phrase “fully accredited” when performing my 60 second “Elevator” pitch when out networking or when I meet new contacts for the first time who want to know what we do. This begs the question, what do security companies need to have by way of accreditation and what other awards and memberships are there available? It also brings up the thorny question about which ones are really necessary and which are less so? Remember that all security ... Continue Reading →
After filling in yet another security services tender document and pondering on the meaning of life, Greek legends and the size of Lionel Messi’s football boots, I came to a startling realisation. Well perhaps not too startling at all, really, but my thoughts seem to be seldom spoken, yet I think many would agree with them.
It seems to me that there is an implicit agreement amongst tendering authorities that ISO 14001 has become a necessity rather than a “would like ... Continue Reading →