For over 20 years CCSS has been providing planned and reactive maintenance solutions to large and small councils across the midlands and the north of England.
As well as providing essential compliance services for critical services in the councils housing stock, (see social housing page) CCSS has also helped manage critical services in many public buildings across council estate.
From controlling and monitors visitor access using the latest CCTV and access control technology to redesigning fire alarm and emergency lighting systems to meet the changing needs of the buildings as their usage changes due to funding cuts.
As fire risk assessments are now at the forefront of everyone’s minds our ability to react to the needs of the fire risk assessment have proved invaluable. Many of our customers know that we have the relevant knowledge to interpret the requirements of an FRA working closely with the customers fire specialist to ensure compliance.
Many councils invested in securing their public buildings by adding automated gates and barriers and automated doors, and CCSS can ensure full compliance to the Machinery Directive and British Standards to ensure staff and visitors are safe when using these products.
Councils have been under budgetary restrictions and some have decided that the current use of CCTV is unsustainable. The use of deployable high definition cameras in areas of concern help cut costs and make use of 4G technology to ensure CCTV still offers an effective deterrent.
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CCSS offers planned preventative and reactive maintenance to all the services listed below:
Many of these services can be procured easily using one of the many frameworks that CCSS are part of: Procurement for Housing, Northern Housing Consortium, LHC, Efficiency East Midlands, Procure Plus, Fusion 21, Eastern Procurement. (All Logos and hyperlinked)