CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ADVISORY

We are pleased to advise you following government guidelines and guidelines from the Private Security Authority (PSA). We will be re-opening our office from Monday the 18th with our full I.T Service. We will be phasing back our security services in accordance with Phases 2 & 3 of government guideline. We will be implementing strict Risk Assessments, social distancing, PPE, & hand Sanitizing measures to ensure the safety of both our customers and staff. A Full detailed list of our opening phases can be viewed here.

We look forward to meeting you all again soon.

Conor & TTS Team

What is the law?

The latest situation since 2006 is that the government have set up a body called the Private Security Authority, (PSA), to oversee the industry. Nobody can legally hire a burglar alarm installer who doesn't have a license issued by them. In order to get a license, the alarm installer must have their work certified by one of the 5 certification bodies.

 They are:

  • EQA Ireland ltd.,
  • National Standards Authority of Ireland,
  • SSAIB,
  • Management Systems Certification ltd.,
  • Insight Certification ltd..

Other licensing requirements include Garda Vetting and a Tax Clearance Certificate.

 

What are the burglar alarm standards?

All burglar alarms are supposed to be installed to the new European standard EN50131. This has taken over from the old IS199 standard.

 

What is the story with intruder alarms and insurance?

Insurance companies will give a discount on home insurance on new burglar alarms installed by companies licensed by the PSA. Before the PSA was set up the discount used to be for alarms certified by the NSAI, but now there are 5 certification bodies as listed above.

 

 

Licenced By:

Certified By:

Partnered With:

Company Details

Company Reg No: 613717

VAT No: IE 7950687D

© Total Technology Solutions. All Rights Reserved.
Our website is protected by DMC Firewall!