As professional installers, we are committed to the highest standards of installation and workmanship. We therefore pride ourselves in supporting key industry bodies and schemes.
Professional Lighting & Sound Association
PLASA is the lead international body for the event, entertainment and installation industries, working to ensure that each sector is fully represented, championed and supported.
Members benefit from access to Technical Guidance documents, the latest British Standards and professional development training.
Members also share a common commitment to the PLASA Code of Conduct
Institute of Sound & Communication Engineers
The Institute of Sound & Communications Engineers is a professional body of members and supporting members working in sound and communications industries across the United Kingdom.
ISCE members pride themselves in staying up to date with industry, health and safety and training developments.
In addition, ISCE members who are accredited and registered on the Hearing Loop Assessment Scheme, are competent and trained in the latest techniques and practices and have passed one ISCE Hearing Loop Systems training course and have evidence of three recent successful Hearing Loop System installations, with confirmation by the client of satisfaction.
AVIXA™ is the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, producer of InfoComm trade shows around the world, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, and the international trade association representing the audiovisual industry.
AVIXA members create integrated AV experiences that deliver outcomes for end users. AVIXA is a hub for professional collaboration, information, and community, and is the leading resource for AV standards, certification, training, market intelligence, and thought leadership.
SafeContractor delivers a tailored health and safety accreditation with contractors completing annual assessments enabling them to demonstrate that their health and safety documentation is up to date and meets recognised industry standards.
SafeContractor members promote their commitment to health and safety best practice by displaying the approved seal. It’s the sign of a professional and credible contractor business.
The real Living Wage is based on the cost of living and is voluntarily paid by Distributed Sound & Video and nearly 6,000 UK employers who believe a hard day's work deserves a fair day's pay.
The real Living Wage rates are higher because they are independently-calculated based on what people need to get by. That's why we encourage all employers that can afford to do so to ensure their employees earn a wage that meets the costs of living, not just the government minimum.