BAFE 500th company

by Mark Rowe

LogiScan Fire and Security Ltd has become the 500th company in the UK to secure British Approvals for Fire Equipment (BAFE) accreditation, via the National Security Inspectorate (NSI). The fire protection body BAFE certified the Wellington, Somerset-based company as meeting the requirements for the design, installation, commissioning and handover and maintenance of fire detection and alarm systems under its SP203-1 scheme.

BAFE accreditation means LogiScan is now among its registered companies and can use the BAFE mark. LogiScan was also recently awarded Gold Fire by the NSI, the approvals and certification body for the security industry.

Paul Cavill, Engineering Director at LogiScan, pictured, manages the company’s Quality System and ensuring compliance with British and international standards.

He said: “We are committed to delivering high quality fire and security services and value the third party scrutiny of our business and technical competence. The NSI audits have established a continuous improvement culture within our business and their feedback helps to drive our business forward. The use of the BAFE and NSI logos mean our clients can be confident in the high standard of our services.”

LogiScan’s parent company is Plymouth-based Securi-Guard Fire and Security. LogiScan is already NSI Gold accredited for security systems and is also approved under the Government’s SafeContractor scheme, for health and safety in the workplace.

Paul Cavill added: “The business continues to go from strength to strength and it is this kind of industry recognition that gives both our existing and prospective clients confidence in our ability to consistently deliver excellence, across all our services.”


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