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Training and accreditation are at the very heart of what we stand for. They are not only a way of measuring our continual improvement, also suppliers and our customers to see for themselves how very seriously we take our security responsibilities.

NSI-monoNACOSS Gold Approval
NACOSS the National Approval Council for Security Systems is a division of the National Security Inspectorate (NSI). The NSI is an independent approval body that strictly inspects the work of accredited organisations ensuring their work is consistently of the highest quality and reliability.

NSI NACOSS GOLD recognised firms have achieved a system of quality management to the British and international standard BS EN ISO 9001:2000. The award of the NSI NACOSS GOLD certificate of quality assurance demonstrates all of the relevant criteria have been satisfied

NSI recognition means that partner companies must:

  • Install and maintain equipment to relevant standards and NSI Codes of Practice
  • Meet financial criteria to prove the company’s financial viability.
  • Have been trading for at least two years.
  • Require all appropriate personnel to be vetted.
  • Have suitable business premises and vehicles.
  • Provide relevant employees with appropriate training.
  • Provide 24hour emergency cover.
  • Have company procedures and protocols assessed.

Choosing a NACOSS Gold company will ensure your security system meets the very highest industry standards often insisted upon by Insurance companies.

This is an accreditation scheme that assesses the Health & Safety competency of contractors and service providers. Part of the National Britannic Group SAFEcontractor is one of the UK’s largest providers of Health and Safety services. Mono Fire and Security has been accredited since 2005 and annually receives routine audits undertaken by SAFEcontractor.

All users of contractors and service providers have a legal duty to ensure all work done on their behalf is performed in a safe and considered manner. Our SAFEcontractor accreditation is your guarantee that Health & Safety is at the heart of everything we do. In addition, in October 2007 Mono Alarms contracted the services of Bradford based Health & Safety consultants Drury PSM to assure that as our business continues to grow we maintain the best Health & Safety track record possible.

Is a non-commercial scheme used by suppliers and buyers seeking the assurance of working with suitably qualified suppliers, CHAS is the UK’s industry leading Health and Safety pre-qualification.

This facility is a clear way for us to display our credentials to our larger customers. Accreditation automatically pre qualifies us for public sector work.


A national database created to ensure that contractors are compliant with current Health and Safety legislation. Contractors approved are of the highest calibre and hold the relevant documentation to ensure safe working procedures, reducing liability and ensuring legislative compliance.

ecs-monoElectrotechnical Certification Scheme
ID and competence card scheme for Electrotechnical operatives in the UK, and it’s recognised and endorsed by the industry.

Holding an ECS card means you can prove your identity, your qualified status and your occupation when working on-site. It is affiliated to the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS). So when people say that you need a CSCS card – this ECS card is the one that’s relevant to the Electrotechnical Industry.


Get in touch

Main No: 0161 786 2649
Service Department: 0161 786 2645

Brierley House
335 Manchester Road East
Little Hulton
M38 9AR



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Dear Mono Alarms, I’m sending you the enclosed cheque for the maintenance renewal. I would like to say how pleased I was by John the engineer who came on the Saturday morning to deal with my problem, He was most helpful and adjusted the time of my alarm to give me more time to go […]

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