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NSI Gold II recertification for Corps Monitoring centre

Corps Monitoring, a division of certified Social Enterprise, Corps Of Commissionaires Management, has been recertified with the highest accreditation available in the UK for alarm monitoring services following the National Security Inspectorate’s Gold Category II audit.

The Gold level NSI rating means Corps Monitoring can accept any alarming device, from homes to MOD and everything in between – commercial, cash reserves, and safe deposits.

To pass the audit, a company must maintain British NSI standards while simultaneously ensuring the most stringent compliance with the company’s own policies. The award of this certification demonstrates Corps’ ongoing commitment to expert specialist security services, including CCTV, lone worker monitoring, intruder, and fire alarm monitoring.

Due to the number of accreditations Corps Monitoring holds within NSI’s Gold II category, the notoriously thorough inspection takes place every six months, covering lone worker monitoring, CCTV monitoring, intruder, and fire alarm monitoring among others across multiple audit days. Since 2007, the Corps Monitoring ARC has consistently achieved the highest-level results through the NSI audit.

To achieve the NSI Gold, stringent preparation and planning is essential. The Corps Monitoring team holds monthly management meetings in between the audits to ensure data logging and processes are strictly adhered to, and suggested actions are reviewed alongside any specific notes from the previous audit.

Andrea Strong, Managing Director at Corps Monitoring said: “We’re extremely proud of our ongoing success with the NSI Gold Category II accreditation. We pride ourselves on our consistently high standards kept by the team at the Corps Monitoring ARC. Our performance and instant transparency give Corps’ clients constant peace of mind while also supporting the auditing process.”

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