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Have you got the installer skills to win?

The Engineers of Tomorrow annual competition is now open for the fire and security industry’s brightest young engineers to register their interest. Successful entrants will then be invited to pit their skills against each other in a live installation challenge at IFSEC...
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Smoke and CO alarms fitted to 11,000 homes

Knightstone Housing Group has announced a two-year programme to install Aico mains powered smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms throughout its 11,000 homes across Somerset and the West of England.  The installation work will be carried out by Emmdee Electrical Services....
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Sales appointments announced at IDIS

IDIS has announced the appointment of David Williams to the position of Internal Sales Support Executive and Boris Tomson as Technical Support Engineer based out of the company’s European headquarters in Brentford. Reporting to Lukasz Pitera, Head of UK Internal Sales, David is...
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App aids security for Newcastle University

Newcastle University security is launching a new app to provide around the clock reassurance to students and staff on campus. Going live this week, the SafeZone mobile app will be available for free to students and staff. It allows students and staff to summon assistance, while...
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New area sales manager for COP Security

COP Security has appointed Brian Thompson as a new Area Sales Manager. Brian’s new role will see him covering Scotland, providing support to both existing and new COP installer customers. Previously employed at Alarm Supplies Northern, Brian has a broad depth of both engineering...
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Vanderbilt achieves quality certification

Vanderbilt has achieved the ISO 9001 certification as part of the company’s on-going efforts to make its processes as agile as possible. Since it was first published in 1987, ISO 9001 has become an established quality management framework and is currently used by over a million...