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Developing a new partnership with local company creates opportunities

"We will be spending  over £100k a year with Snowdonia Fire Protection, totalling half a million over the next five years

We have awarded our Fire Safety Servicing and Maintenance contract to Snowdonia Fire Protection Ltd, based in Waunfawr, Gwynedd following a recent competitive tender process.

The contract awarded by us will enable Snowdonia Fire Protection to recruit one new apprentice, one administrator and one fire engineer"

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We're currently recruiting for the following roles to join our expanding team here at Snowdonia Fire & Security:

  • Experienced Electrician
  • Fire Alarm Apprentice
  • Fire Alarm Technician

For further information and to apply, please forward your CV with a covering email to servicemail@snowdonia-fire.co.uk.

Snowdonia Fire Protection

We're currently looking for an experienced mechanical engineer/pipe fitter, to join our expanding fire suppression unit here at Snowdonia Fire & Security.

Interested applicants should forward their CV with a covering email to servicemail@snowdonia-fire.co.uk.

Snowdonia Fire Protection

Covid-19 Update

We would like to take this opportunity to re-assure our customers that as key workers during this global pandemic, we are continuing to carry out servicing and maintenance of your fire and security systems.

Our main commitment is to ensure that you all remain compliant, and we will work with our customers to ensure their servicing schedule is kept up to date, whilst keeping the health of their people and our people at the forefront of our minds.

As recommended by our industry body IFEDA, we will be advising customers that if they want to postpone any service visits, we strongly advise gaining written confirmation that this is acceptable from their insurance providers.

If customers ask us to postpone a service visit for a number of months, they are going outside of the maintenance requirements under British Standards. This is why we are advising approval from your insurance providers, as if the worse does happen there is a possibility, they would refuse to pay out due to the maintenance schedule of the system not being kept up to date.

Health and safety is always at the forefront of our minds and underpins everything we do in our industry. However, we would like to further re-assure our customers and employees that we are doing everything possible to protect our key stakeholders at this time by asking all employees to adhere to the strict Covid-19 cleanliness and social distancing guidelines.

We thank you for your continued business and support.

Snowdonia Fire and Security

Snowdonia Fire and Security wins contract to protect the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth.

The iconic building suffered a serious fire in 2013 and is currently undergoing a £10 million refurbishment.

Click here to read more about the contract to protect the National Library

Snowdonia Fire and Security Wins Award for Giving Back to the Community.

Snowdonia Fire and Security recently beat off competition from US security giants Honeywell to land an £80,000 five-year contract to supply, fit and maintain fire alarms at North Wales’s 120 police stations. They have been recognised as part of North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones’s social value policy which aims to give preference to local businesses when it comes to awarding contracts”

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Police boss plea to 'buy local to boost North Wales economy and create jobs’

A POLICE boss is urging public bodies to buy local to boost the economy, create jobs and enhance the lives of communities in North Wales.

The region’s police and crime commissioner, Arfon Jones, was speaking after Gwynedd-based Snowdonia Fire and Security, which also has offices in Kinmel Bay and Aberystwyth, beat international competition to land an £80,000, five-year contract with North Wales Police.

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