Customers and Suppliers

Commitment to ESG
SE Controls recognises that our customers expect us to reflect and align with their own aspirations for how ESG matters are managed.
  • Our customers can be assured that SE Controls is committed to improving and maintaining standards in the industry by promoting compliance to product and design standards, and we continue to be actively involved in the development and application of the relevant product and industry related standards
  •  We can only deliver and maintain compliance through a process of continued development of knowledge, and the technical and vocational skills and competences of all our people
  • Through our internal Learning and Development team, SE Controls are committed to ensuring all employees receive both external and internal education and training to ensure their levels of competence and industry knowledge exceed minimum requirements
SE Controls’ Credentials
  • All SE Controls’ products comply with relevant and appropriate product and installation standards
  • Our core product range carries the ‘Made in Britain’ logo
  • We are certified to all the major site contracting certification schemes (CHAS, SafeContractor, SMAS)
  • Certified to the Smoke Control Association SDI19 Installer scheme
  • ISO9001 Quality Management System accredited by IFC Certification
  • Active members of numerous relevant industry groups including the Smoke Control Association (SCA), the Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB), the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Manufacturers’ Association (HEVAC) 
  • SE Controls continues to play a direct role in the development of industry standards and Guidance Documents. Members of our team currently convene and participate in several EN12101 European Standard Working Groups, BSI Working Committees and are longstanding members of the industry trade associations, the SCA and CAB. Will Perkins, Group Managing Director, is the current chair of BSI’s FSH/025 Smoke, heat control systems and components committee
  • Proactive participants in the Supply Chain Sustainability School
Take a look at our credentials

We aim to create, develop, and maintain mutually beneficial, long-term partnerships with all those in our supply chain. Only by doing so can we ensure that our suppliers;
  • Continue to be motivated to maintain quality and delivery performance through close liaison with our engineering and quality teams
  • Control costs through long-term scheduling and the consolidation of shipments where appropriate
  • Contribute to mitigating the impacts on the environment through optimising packaging and using recycled or reusable packaging materials
  • Reflect the standards of ESG that we ourselves espouse