Imperial Fire  Security Gets The Gold

Bristol-based Imperial Fire & Security, installer of electronic security and fire detection systems, has been awarded NACOSS Gold and Fire Gold approval from the National Security Inspectorate (NSI), thus demonstrating a commitment to competence and quality standards.


NSI Chief Executive, Richard Jenkins, presented the Imperial management team with the Gold medals accompanied by Adrian Plummer, NSI Regional Auditor, who conducted the specialist audits on behalf of NSI.


NSI Gold medals are produced exclusively for NSI by the Royal Mint, and are awarded to companies who have achieved Gold scheme approval. The scheme is NSI premier approval scheme for companies involved in the installation and maintenance of intruder alarms, CCTV and access control systems.


Richard Jenkins, NSI Chief Executive commented: This is a tremendous achievement for the whole team at Imperial Fire & Security of which they should be righty proud. It is clear they are staunchly committed to providing their customers with a professional quality service, and the desire for continuous improvement. We are delighted that they have chosen NSI certification to ably demonstrate this commitment and wish them every success.

Brislington FC ShirtImperial Fire and Security Ltd have been the proud sponsors of Brislington FC under 16s for many years and we were proud to present Bryan Osborne a signed shirt for managing the team for the last 10 years.

Colne HouseThe systems comprised of a 4 panel network fire detection system, disabled refuge system, multi entrance digital door entry system & a multi tennant PC based access control system.

UWEImperial Fire & Security have started work on the new student accomodation for UWE. The project consisits of a multi network Gent fire alarm system covering 37 new buildings which will be fully intergrated into the site wide system.

Imperial Sponsor Bloodhound SSC

We are proud to support the Bloodhound SSC project. Launched in 2008, the project is an international education initiative centralising upon a land speed record attempt to reach 1000mph. The intention is to break the current land speed record attempt by 33%, the largest ever margin. The vehicle incorporates 3 engines including Britain\'s biggest Hybrid rocket (which offers world-beating power and efficiency), a jet engine from a Eurofighter Typhoon, and a Cosworth V8 engine from an F1 car to pump the fuel to the rocket. Having being involved since early 2012, we wholeheartedly support this captivating project not only for it\'s progressive, challenging engineering, but for its economic and political implications.  The project\'s focus on encouraging young people to get into engineering can only be a good thing and is certainly an initiative which could help Britain on the road to economic recovery.






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