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New ISO Toolkit to improve quality standards across fire and security alarm sector

by uma


A leading Hampshire standards consultancy has launched a new toolkit to help fire and security alarm firms throughout the UK to maintain the highest levels of quality.

The online toolkit has been produced by Hampshire-based Hantec Systems to help existing clients and new businesses hit Government approved thresholds for quality, health and safety and environmental management.

Hantec compliance consultant Hannah Wallis said: “We know how frequently quality, information security, environmental and health and safety management requirements change for the fire alarm and security alarm sector.

“This toolkit is maintained and updated regularly so users need never worry that they are missing out on the latest changes in the standards they are required to maintain to keep their ISO certification and industry approvals.

“Complying with regulations is critical for businesses to protect its most valuable assets, staff and to run an efficient business.

“The suite of documents is fully editable, and businesses can achieve industry approval without any external assistance once they have paid the one-off fee.

“As part of the launch we have offered a 40 per cent discount for purchases made during July and August.”

Hannah added that fire and security alarm businesses could face severe consequences if they failed to comply with the ISO industry standards and regulations, including being struck off from police-approved lists.

For more information and to purchase the ISO toolkit, visit https://hantec.co.uk/portal/

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