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Expert Safe & Strongroom Installation

Certified Safes Ireland™ technical personnel are fully insured and trained safe delivery and strongroom installation experts 

Certified Safes Ireland™ are uniquely qualified to survey your premises and find a location that allows the correct installation of a safe or strongroom to European standards. We make the unauthorised physical removal of our safes virtually impossible and have the knowledge and expertise to integrate all certified safes and strongrooms with a variety of advanced, certified, EN50131 compliant alarm signalling devices. Surveys are free of charge, without obligation and entirely confidential. We also have extensive experience installing safes and secure rooms both large and small into premises of the Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian eras, common in Ireland. We are regularly referred by architects, insurers and wealth managers who appreciate the knowledge of structure and attention to detail required when fitting a safe into an older and sometimes protected structure. 

  Home Delivery And Installation

Our safes are always delivered at a time and date that suits you and will arrive in an unmarked vehicle. The safe itself is packaged in black plastic. You can rest assured that as all of our work is covered by non-disclosure. Certified Safes Ireland™ guarantee the confidentiality of all of our clients. Any photos taken for survey purposes have location data removed and are erased directly after use. All booking records and client information pertaining to completed work is anonymised across all of our systems at the end of each month in compliance with the GDPR.

White Safe Delivery Van

  Commercial Delivery And Installation

Certified Safes Ireland™ personnel are fully insured and trained experts in the delivery, installation, removal and relocation of safes and strongrooms. Delivery and positioning to any floor of a premises using specialist equipment is usually possible. All sites are surveyed prior to quote. We will schedule work at a time and date that suits your operations providing a Risk Assessment Method Statement (RAMS) and insurance details well in advance of any work.

Our expertise has been relied on by;
N.A.T.O. Europe, The U.S. Air Force (Europe), PayPal (Worldwide), Grant Thornton, The Department Of Communications (Cyber Security) (Ireland), The Revenue Commissioners, Electricity Supply Board (Cyber Security) (Ireland), The Danish Defence Forces (Afghanistan), The Insurance Institute of Ireland, The Royal College Of Surgeons, BFC Bank, Interxion Data Centres, The Private Security Authority, Isle of Man Gold Bullion, Brown Thomas, Bvlgari, Druids Glen, The Shelbourne, and many others ....

Safes Being Delivered

  Anchoring Safes 

Certification is often void for a safe not anchored correctly and there are many examples most insurers will be familiar with of a “safe” being removed from a premises because it was not anchored correctly if at all. It is a certification requirement under EN1143-1 that a safe is anchored however the EN1143-1 standard does not yet specify how this is to be achieved which often results in bare minimum, highly unsafe installations. Certified Safes Ireland™ have always used anchoring methods designed to replicate standards used in EN1143-1 accredited laboratory testing as the best guide to making the unauthorised physical removal of our safes virtually impossible. This is done in a manner designed to achieve at least a holding force of 50kN (5.089 tons) for a safe up to grade III and 100kN (11.24 tons) over that grade. Holding forces that as you can imagine, rule out removing a safe without truly industrial levels of force.

Anchoring A Small Safe


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Alan Redd Certified Safes Ireland NSAI

Certified Safes Ireland™ director Alan Donohoe Redd is a member of the European CEN263 Working Group responsible for writing European Standards for safes, strongrooms (vaults), secure cabinets and physical data protection for the European Union. A registered NATO supplier and a longstanding member of the European Security Systems Association, Alan has a vast range of experience spanning almost 40 years and encompassing installation of safes, strongrooms, physical data protection, CCTV, alarms, access control, secure storage control systems and Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) specification, design, and installation.

Alan is an expert on standards and fraud issues related to secure storage in Europe and the UK, has had articles related to these subjects published by The Law Society Gazette and Irish Broker Magazine, has forced retractions of multiple false claims related to secure storage offerings to the public, including some published by the Irish Times, and has been pivotal in having misleading standards and practises recognised and withdrawn in Ireland, the UK and at a European level. 

Alan’s expertise has been relied upon by;
N.A.T.O. Europe, The U.S. Air Force (Europe), PayPal (Worldwide), Grant Thornton, The Department Of Communications (Cyber Security) (Ireland), The Revenue Commissioners, Electricity Supply Board (Cyber Security) (Ireland), The Danish Defence Forces (Afghanistan), The Insurance Institute of Ireland, The Royal College Of Surgeons, BFC Bank, Interxion Data Centres, The Private Security Authority, Isle of Man Gold Bullion, Brown Thomas, Bvlgari, Druids Glen, The Shelbourne, and many others ....

Alan's seminars on safes, strongrooms and HNW secure storage have been part of Continuing Professional Development for underwriters and insurers having been awarded CPD points by the Insurance Institute of Ireland and the Chartered Insurance Institute (UK).

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