Safelincs have always been highly committed to the quality management of its products and services.To demonstrate this commitment, Safelincs are gaining ISO 9000 certification.
“We have sailed through the first audit with accreditation body BSI with flying colours, receiving not a single ‘non conformity” says MD, Harry Dewick-Eisele.The final audit for full ISO 9000 certification takes place in April.“I am thrilled with the improvements made so far.Implementing ISO is giving Safelincs a competitive edge and increasing customer satisfaction and retention, as well as increasing employee motivation and awareness”.
As many UK businesses struggle with downsizing and job losses, Safelincs are bucking the trend and investing heavily in both operations and manpower.
New warehouse operations to optimise performance, the appointment of a new Warehouse Manager and an increase in the customer services and sales team will help Safelincs meet the growing demand for large scale orders and fulfillment contracts, and demonstrate Safelincs positive attitude and confidence in the products and services they provide.
In NHS trusts the most sensitive data that is handled are the patient records. Under the principles of information security all reasonable care must be taken to ensure that inappropriate access, modification or manipulation of this data is prevented from taking place. The Information Governance ensures that these principles are implemented and adhered to.
Safelincs offer a range of safes to store and protect both paper and media data. We offer 30 day accounts to public sector organisations and are able to deliver safes to multiple addresses.
The delivery of all our safes is free to your door. Indoor delivery options are available and pricing for these are bespoke to the requirements of each delivery.
Safelincs have built a reputation providing excellent customer service to our public sector clients, offering the best possible pre and post sale support.
Mercy Ships is a global charity, which has operated a fleet of hospital ships and land-based programmes in developing nations since 1978, bringing medical aid and the hope of long term sustainable development to some of the world’s poorest regions.
Mercy Ships is one of our chosen charities. We donated a number of vehicle extinguishers and a number of telescopic ladders to Mercy Ships in 2008, these items were requested to be fitted to a fleet of Landrovers in Liberia. This donation was greatly received.
Today we will be posting a cheque for £114.00 raised through staff contributions. Thank you to all who have contributed to this sum. We will continue to give our support to Mercy Ships and other local charities.
Safelincs provide fire extinguisher servicing for the St Clements Church, Eastcheap, London.This church considers itself to be the church referred to in the nursery rhyme ‘Oranges and Lemons’.The rhyme begins with this church because when the Thames was wider than it is today, the wharf where the citrus fruit cargoes from the Mediterranean were delivered lay just across the street. It is said the church bells pealed when a cargo arrived. The earliest record of the rhyme as it is dates to around 1744.
Safelincs is aware that in the current economical times, the purchasing of fire alarm tests records, emergency lighting test logbooks etc, is not at the top of the list. That is why we have made a FREE downloadable log book.
Safelincs Italy www.safelincs.it reported strongly increased sales of the Kidde 9CO5 Carbon Monoxide Detector towards the end of 2008 following a test report in the ‘Altroconsumo’ product rating magazine. Altroconsumo judged the Kidde CO alarm as the best out of a group of 5 carbon monoxide detectors. The alarm was classified as excellent and was also judged as superior in terms of competitiveness.
Our warehouse operatives and international sales team are fully trained in the shipping of fire extinguishers, ionisation smoke alarms, aerosols such as Carbon Monoxide tester sprays, lithium batteries and lead acid batteries to all UK and most international locations. We work in partnership with our delivery companies to ensure that your dangerous goods get to you safely.
To ensure that we are working as efficiently as possible and that we meet the dangerous goods guidelines we have hazardous labels pre-printed on individual extinguisher boxes to ensure accuracy and compliance with the requirements. We provide material safety data sheets and use dangerous good notes as required.
If you have specific requirements or need help and advice on shipping costs to your destination, please contact our Dangerous Goods Specialist by email: email@example.com or by phone 0800 612 6537
Safelincs Ireland have just completed a sale of a large number of Optical Smoke Alarms which are to be provided to the Irish Health Board. The Health Board have chosen an Optical Smoke alarm with a lithium battery so users do not need to change the battery on a yearly basis, like with standard alkaline batteries.
This is the second large sale in the last year that Safelincs Ireland have made with the Irish Health Board.
Safelincs has established links with an established Australian Fire Safety company to create an internet presence in Australia. The move followed increased demand from Australian customers for our fire safety products, which could so far only be served from the UK. The new website is due to launch in early spring 2009 and will offer a broad selection of fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and other fire safety equipment.