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Eagle Security Systems Limited

Eagle Security Systems Limited Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY

01159 441234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk Registered in England and Wales - Number 01789316
This interview is adapted from one first published in PSI professional security installer magazine. Jack Golds Director Jack how long have you been in the Fire and Security business?

Over 40 years but I set up Eagle Security as a one-man band in 1983, so the company has really changed from one man in van to

one of the leading Security Companies in the East Midlands catering to the security and safety requirements of almost 4000

customers many of which are highly secure installations for well known organisations and companies.

What Accreditations does Eagle Security Have? We hold NSI Gold approval for Gates and Barriers, Access Control, CCTV and Intruder Alarms and Fire, NICEIC Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer Scheme for the electrical work and we are BAFE registered for the Fire alarms, Is third party accreditation beneficial to your company? Yes most definitely. We saw the value of third party accreditation many years ago. We have held Nacoss approval since 1994 when it was then the National Approval Council for Security Systems. Although most firms will endeavour to meet the standards, we find it comforting to know that work is being audited from some one outside the company. It is nice to have the independent confirmation that comes from the inspector or auditors visit. We were one of pioneers of the NSI Gold scheme for gates and barriers. As well as highly trained security engineers we also employ fully qualified electricians and are accredited with NICEIC. We hold the ISO 14001 for environmental management systems and the OHSAS 18001 for Health and Safety Management Systems. I do feel the approval bodies should fly the flag and make the public aware of the work they do. In many industries it is not possible to trade unless the company is part of a trade approval organisation which will ensure the standards are adhered to, but in a very complex industry like ours, compliance to the standards is voluntary. The public are not always aware of this and it does leave the market open for some companies who are not so reputable. What would be a typical project for you? One of the exciting things about Eagle Security is there is no such thing as a typical project. A typical day could be domestic alarm systems in two bedroom terraced houses. An alarm and CCTV system in a cathedral. A CCTV system with 25 cameras covering the road system on a large industrial estate on both sides of the M1 motorway, CCTV systems on industrial sites monitoring processes and machinery in food production areas, recycling plants and in a secure hi-tech industries. We have installed and we maintain access control systems for a number of sensitive sites for organisations with presence throughout the East Midlands. We have installed and we
This interview is adapted from one first published in PSI professional security installer magazine. Jack Golds Director Jack how long have you been in the Fire and Security business?

Over 40 years but I set up Eagle Security as a one-man

band in 1983, so the company has really changed from

one man in van to one of the leading Security

Companies in the East Midlands catering to the security

and safety requirements of almost 4000 customers

many of which are highly secure installations for well

known organisations and companies.

What Accreditations does Eagle Security Have? We hold NSI Gold approval for Gates and Barriers, Access Control, CCTV and Intruder Alarms and Fire, NICEIC Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer Scheme for the electrical work and we are BAFE registered for the Fire alarms, Is third party accreditation beneficial to your company? Yes most definitely. We saw the value of third party accreditation many years ago. We have held Nacoss approval since 1994 when it was then the National Approval Council for Security Systems. Although most firms will endeavour to meet the standards, we find it comforting to know that work is being audited from some one outside the company. It is nice to have the independent confirmation that comes from the inspector or auditors visit. We were one of pioneers of the NSI Gold scheme for gates and barriers. As well as highly trained security engineers we also employ fully qualified electricians and are accredited with NICEIC. We hold the ISO 14001 for environmental management systems and the OHSAS 18001 for Health and Safety Management Systems. I do feel the approval bodies should fly the flag and make the public aware of the work they do. In many industries it is not possible to trade unless the company is part of a trade approval organisation which will ensure the standards are adhered to, but in a very complex industry like ours, compliance to the standards is voluntary. The public are not always aware of this and it does leave the market open for some companies who are not so reputable. What would be a typical project for you? One of the exciting things about Eagle Security is there is no such thing as a typical project. A typical day could be domestic alarm systems in two bedroom terraced houses. An alarm and CCTV system in a cathedral. A CCTV system with 25 cameras covering the road system on a large industrial estate on both sides of the M1 motorway, CCTV systems on industrial sites monitoring processes and
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