18th March 2020
Due to the growing incidences of COVID 19 in Ireland, the Irish Security industry Association (ISIA) has adapted the way it is conducting its business to ensure the health and safety of its people, its members and stakeholders.
Continuing to Meet our Member’s Needs
We were in touch with our membership last week to advise that the ISIA AGM would be postponed to a more appropriate time. We recognise that many of our membership divisions will have individual concerns and objectives that require representation at this time. Therefore, the ISIA will facilitate alternative solutions for meetings, such as conference calls and virtual meetings to allow the Irish private security industry to ensure its voice continues to be heard and our members needs continue to be met.
Meeting the Security Needs of the Public and Industry
We are currently assessing the impact that COVID-19 is having on security and the demand for security services. We will continue to work closely with the Private Security Authority (PSA), the regulator of the industry, to ensure the needs of end users of security services continue to be met. If you have a need for security services that you require assistance with, please contact us and we will work with you to identify a solution to your needs within our membership.
We understand this is an extremely challenging time for many of our members and their client base. We would like to reassure them that the ISIA is available to represent our members, listen to their concerns and represent the needs of the industry. To discuss any relevant industry matters, please contact: