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14/02/2021

SSAIB suspends face-to-face audits

Whitley Bay, Tyne & Wear

The SSAIB has suspended face-to-face auditing for safety of firms and staff amid new coronavirus spike. Following the announcement of the additional national lockdown, the SSAIB moved to suspend all face-to-face auditing with immediate effect in an effort to ensure the safety of both their own staff and all of the SSAIB registered firms, amid the current rise in coronavirus numbers.

Following the announcement of the additional national lockdown, the SSAIB moved to suspend all face-to-face auditing with immediate effect in an effort to ensure the safety of both their own staff and all of the SSAIB registered firms, amid the current rise in coronavirus numbers.

After successfully implementing new technology to ensure the continuation of certification to both established and new SSAIB companies during the first lockdown back in March 2020, the leading certification body for the fire and security industries has once again migrated over to remote auditing until February 22, 2021.

The organisation states that it will continue to monitor the situation and will keep all registered firms updated, should there be any further developments during this time. 


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