Electronic Security Division (Alarms, CCTV, Access Control Systems)
Companies installing security alarm systems/intruder alarm systems must hold a license from the Private Security Authority. From the 1st October 2012 all companies who install and/or maintain security alarm systems, CCTV and access control systems will be required to hold a license from the Private Security Authority. In addition to the requirements of licensing, the members of the ISIA’s electronic security division will all meet the requirements of Qualsec, the ISIA’s own quality standard. The Qualsec standard has three tiers and the electronic security companies listed below will meet Qulasec Silver, Qualsec Gold or Qulasec Platinum.
If you are seeking a company to provide electronic security services (installation and/or maintenance of alarm systems, CCTV systems, access control systems) please look through the various downloads available below for guidance on selecting a security supplier, contact any of our members listed below directly or visit the find a supplier section of our site to get a quote from an ISIA member that meets your specific requirements.
Electronic Security Division Representatives
- Chair – Dan Braden- Astbury
- Vice Chair – Donal Colfer
- Vice Chair- Neil Cooney
Members of the ISIA Electronic Security Division
(Installation & maintenance of security alarms, CCTV, access control security systems)
Selecting a Supplier:
The ISIA developed a guidance document for companies seeking to procure the services of a security company for alarm and CCTV installation.
ISIA Guidance on Selecting an Alarm/CCTV Installer is available below in ‘downloads’.