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October 13, 2021


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BSIA membership offered to NSI silver and gold companies

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has launched an offer to National Security Inspectorate (NSI) gold and silver installer companies inviting them to take advantage of the Association’s membership and the ‘value of belonging to the recognised voice of the professional security industry’.

Companies working in the installation and service of fire and security alarms market can now join the BSIA with two months free membership for anyone accredited with gold and silver status from the NSI.

Mike Reddington, Chief Executive, BSIA, said: “There are many reasons to join a strong and respected Trade Association and our offer to NSI companies is a unique opportunity to become part of a group of high-quality professionals respected and represented to government, end users, specifiers, standards and legislative bodies.

“BSIA membership carries weight within tender and contract bidding with many members reporting to us how they have been successful in winning crucial contracts when citing BSIA membership on their tenders. We can also help businesses to futureproof against the challenges and changes that take place in an evolving industry due to our contacts with government, regulatory and legislative bodies. This helps our members stay one step ahead in preparing and adjusting to these changes.”

BSIA membership also includes access to relevant training through its training provider partner Skills for Security, and the opportunity to shape the future of the industry through the BSIA’s Special Interest Groups (SIG’s).

The offer runs from October to 31 December 2021.

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