Evensure Management Limited has elected to operate a formal Quality Management System (QMS) for all activities undertaken, that complies with the requirements of:
*ISO 9001:2015, ‘NSI Passport Specification 01/17/LM’, BS 7499, BS 7858 & BS 7984 & The SIA Approved Contractor Scheme.
The purpose of this is to provide a framework that assists with both effective and efficient operational management, and to ensure that all related requirements are (client, regulatory or legal), suitably addressed and monitored.
This system applies to all aspects of operations; from initial contact with clients, and continuing through to the successful provision of involved ‘services’, thereby addressing both client needs and expectations.
To benefit and work for the business; all staff, from senior management to security operatives delivering the sharp end of the service,must be actively involved and committed to ensure we deliver the highest quality of service in line with our Quality Management System.
*Twice a year the company is externally audited by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI), for which we hold gold membership, for purposes of ensuring our retention of top quality service delivery and business practice within the set frameworks of our ISO Certification and SIA Approved contractor status.
Since the formation of Evensure Management, the National Security Inspectorate [NSI] has successfully carried out six monthly audits to ensure that we are continuing to adhere to the Quality System as laid down in ISO 9001: 2015.
Evensure Management holds a gold accreditation with the NSI.
Evensure Management carries a full and comprehensive insurance portfolio with leading industry brokers, Darwin Clayton [UK] Ltd. Our standard Public, Employers and Professional Liability indemnity is £ 10 million sterling.
01 April 2020
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