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Burtonwood Generator & Switchgear Services Ltd values its staff highly and believes that it is in the interests of the Company and employees that each member of staff is given the opportunity to develop their skills, capability and knowledge. The Company aims to encourage staff to achieve new skills to maintain and increase self esteem and motivation as well as to be proud of their part in improving the Company's ability to deliver services required by customers and the quality of the service we provide as a Company.At the heart of each member of staff's training and development is the Training Record folder. Each Service Engineer is required to carry this folder with them whilst attending any customer site. The Training Record contains details of all training received, when, to what level and by whom together with any Certification and Awards achieved to provide clear evidence of each employee's qualifications, training and development. In addition the folder includes the Service Engineer's personal identification, any Accreditation, or licenses. This quickly enables customers to assess the skill sets of an individual in order to deem them as a "Competent" or "Skilled Person" capable of performing the required tasks on site. The Training Record FolderEmployee Training & Development12

What is Security Clearance?Staff security vetting is carried out so that people may perform certain jobs or carry out tasks that need a national security clearance. These jobs and tasks are located throughout the Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces, as well as in the private sector dealing with defence related work. In addition, a number of other government departments and organisations such as Police Authorities require Security Clearance.How do Burtonwood Generators & Switchgear Services Ltd get a Security Clearance?The initial process involves a security clearance sponsor. Individuals and companies cannot ask for a security clearance unless they are sponsored, and generally will not be sponsored unless contracted (or are in the process of being contracted) to work on one or more specific MOD classified projects or establishments.For large contracts, an officer in the Defence Procurement Agency (DPA) or Defence Logistics Organisation (DLO) - typically a Project Officer is the sponsor. For staff in sub-contracted organisations, sponsorship is provided through the prime contractor.Why does MOD insist on having sponsors for security clearances?A security clearance provides a certain level of assurance at a point in time, as to an individual's suitability to have trusted access to sensitive information or establishments.It does not provide a guarantee of future reliability, and all security clearances are kept under review to ensure that the necessary level of assurance is maintained. This review is carried out by Government Departments and Government-sponsored contractors, who are responsible for the oversight and aftercare of individuals, granted a security clearance.The main types of checks and clearances are listed below and are processed by the following Governments agencies:. Defence Vetting Agency (DVA). National Security Vetting. Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)Burtonwood Staff Security ClearanceHaving spent many years working for the MOD, local and central Government, Royal Households and Police Authorities, Burtonwood Generator & Switchgear Services have achieved a high level of Security Clearance that enables them to take on sensitive work throughout the UK and Europe. In addition, all staff working on customer sites carry identity cards and are processed for Security Clearance as part of their staff induction. This ensures that Burtonwood Generator & Switchgear Services always have a mobile security-cleared workforce to meet the rigorous demands of this sector. Security ClearanceSecurity Clearance.....the power of experience!13