Licencing Required For Security Systems Installers by October 2012

by | May 3, 2012 | Facilities Management, Technical Services

David O’Brien, Acacia’s Managing Director, has welcomed the licensing of contractors stating that “it is another step towards ensuring that only fully competent suppliers are operating in the market” adding “it is incumbent on all facilities management practitioners to put the necessary processes in place to ensure that only licensed contractors are engaged to provide these specialist services”.

Acacia has developed a detailed pre-qualification process for all of our suppliers therefore only competent, approved and licensed suppliers are used on our client’s sites.

Acacia Team
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