The company has spent the past six months rigorously working towards the certification, issued by the Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board (SSAIB).
Secura-Cam managing director Richard Joyce said: “This is a real feather in our cap, and enables us to step up and further improve the already long-running fire safety aspect of our business.
“We have successfully met all the required legislation required by BAFE, which is a Government-supported, non-profit making organisation dedicated to improving standards in fire protection.”
Secura-Cam, which is based in the village of Yaxley, near Peterborough, is among only a handful of local businesses to be awarded the accreditation.
The company provides a full range of security services, including CCTV, surveillance and intruder alarms, to commercial and domestic customers locally and across the country.
Secura-Cam managing director Richard Joyce (left) with co-director Mark Watson - celebrating the company’s latest security accreditations.
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