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Who Are We?

The DoorSafe Register is run by the Automatic Door Installation Association. This is the official list of businesses who have completed the ADIA BS EN16005:2012 course and exam (including the BS 7036-0:2014), accredited by City & Guilds. This demonstrates that they understand how to work safely on automatic pedestrian doors.

By law, all automatic door engineers must comply with the Machinery Directive which automatic doors are in the scope of.

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Engineers Trained

The ADIA has trained over 700 engineers since 2013.

Why use the DoorSafe Register?

City & Guilds Accredited Engineers

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Having the City & Guilds Accreditation for our courses means we have provided ADIA members with a quality level of training and knowledge.  The City & Guilds Accreditation quality benchmark model has been developed from over 130 years of experience in managing quality systems and training programmes which now includes the ADIA’s BS EN16005 course and exam.

Practical assessments and theoretical knowledge

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Our BS EN16005 gives technicians to demonstrate both theoretical knowledge of the standard as well as the ability to put it into practice.

Engineers must complete the online self-study before taking the one day course which comprises of revision, practical assessments and an exam.

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The Doorsafe Register allows you to see what other courses the technician has completed with the ADIA including installation and Service & Maintenance.

Partnership with CSCS

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CSCS works closely with a number of other card schemes, such as the ADIA’s, which display the CSCS logo.

Partner card schemes represent the very specialist sectors in construction. Partner Card schemes are based on the same standards as CSCS, requiring cardholders to have a recognised qualification and pass a health and safety test.