Westguard offers our clients continuous improvement and quality assurance guarantees through ISO Certification and third-party Quality Assurance Audits.
Regular and randomized quality control audits are performed for all Westguard sites and employees.
The Better Business Bureau monitors local businesses, ensuring that only firms which meet or exceed specified standards of service as listed as members. As an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, Securiguard is committed to the highest level of service for our customers.
More information on the Better Business Bureau of BC can be found at mbc.bbb.org
Founded in 1955 as the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), the organization officially changed its name in 2002 to ASIS International to reflect the global expansion of ASIS, which now includes members in more than 125 countries.
For more info, please visit www.asisonline.org
BOMA BC is the Building Owners and Managers Association of British Columbia. BOMA BC has over 300 corporate members that own or manage over 80 million square feet in Vancouver alone, with an estimated value of over $8 billion, along with industry suppliers.
For more info on BOMA BC, visit www.boma.bc.ca
The Vancouver Board of Trade helps Vancouver businesses to promote, enhance and facilitate the development of the region as a Pacific centre for trade, commerce and travel. The Board strives to enable and empower its members to succeed, grow and prosper in the global economy.
For more info, visit their website at www.boardoftrade.com
Westguard has been a member of Vancouver-based Climate Smart since 2009, a social enterprise dedicated to helping organizations reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Through our partnership, Westguard has been able to track a 13% year-on-year reduction in our greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles, flights, electricity and paper consumption.
For more info on Climate Smart, visit www.climatesmartbusiness.com
The British Columbia Aviation Council, established in 1938, is a member-driven organization that represents and promotes the shared interests of the aviation community. In contributing to the development of a strong aviation sector we communicate and exchange information with a broad cross section of related organizations.
For more info, visit the BC Aviation Council’s website at www.bcaviationcouncil.org
The Association consists of individuals and organizations with responsibilities for and/or interests in the management of wildlife hazards at airports.
For more info, visit their website at www.canadianbirdstrike.ca