SafeLane Global achieves NASDU affiliation
Because of the quality of its standards globally, SafeLane has been awarded NASDU accreditation and is now an official affiliated overseas company member.
The National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU) promotes the highest standards for welfare, training and education in the security dog sector. Its standards are among those everyone in the working dog sector, globally, aspires to.
Because of the values it promotes, NASDU is recognised by leading bodies including the Home Office, MoD, DEFRA and BSI.
It is also accredited by HABC, one of the UK’s leading awarding organisations for vocational qualifications, work-based learning and apprenticeship qualifications.
In addition, NASDU is endorsed by the Institute of Munitions Clearance and Search Engineers (IMCSE).
Because of the quality of its training and welfare standards globally, SafeLane has been awarded NASDU accreditation and is now an official affiliated overseas company member.
Furthermore, SafeLane’s canine operations manager, Bob Crawford has been awarded individual membership by NASDU.
This is an excellent achievement for all involved and is testament to the impressive work the entire canine team does, particularly at the dog school in South Africa.
From now on, SafeLane handlers and working dogs graduating through the training school will complete NASDU accredited courses.
For clients, this means they can retain full confidence in their SafeLane working dog teams, and be safe in the knowledge that the detection, protection and patrol dogs they contract work to the highest standards.