Leisure Guard (UK) Ltd are members of the SIA approved contractors scheme
27th August 2013
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Leisure Guard has met the criteria for the security industry authority (SIA) approved contractor status (ACS) for several years now, but what exactly does that mean? They explain all in their current blog.

Leisure Guard have reached the requirements of the ACS since 2007 in the fields of security guarding and door supervision. It means they are dedicated to customer service and mandatory licensing of their staff. They have been assessed on the quality and it has shown they are following best practice procedures.  

There are other benefits to using an approved contractor such as Leisure Guard too.

It means that Leisure Guard are working within the law and can be more flexible and efficient in their security service. They can adapt solutions and services to match the need of the client and not follow one set procedure. Leisure Guard can implement any new ideas in the security industry quickly and be proactive and not just reactive to change.

It shows they have a lot of integrity within the security industry because they are members of the scheme.

Leisure Guard have policies in place that prove they are customer focused as part of being in the ACS. They can easily overcome problems that occur when their employees are working at a site.

The ACS is recognised by major organisations such as the police force. Therefore relationships can be built between businesses, the community and the police force.

Leisure Guard’s details, along with every other member of the ACS, is published on the SIA’s website. This shows they have nothing to hide and the public are free to look at them at any time.

So if you want a security company that is industry approved, is available 24/7 365 days of the year and a choice between a mobile or static guard, look no further than Leisure Guard Security. 




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