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Membership and Accreditation

We continue to improve our communication and engagement with key stakeholder groups to ensure that our strategy is aligned to their needs.  
G4S Kenya - Membership and accreditations

Our Memberships

  • American Chamber of Commerce, Kenya
  • Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE)
  • Eastern Africa Association (EAA)
  • Kenya Automotive Security Association (KASA)
  • Communication Commission of Kenya (CCK)
  • Courier Industry Association of Kenya (CIAK)
  • Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)
  • British Chamber of Commerce, Kenya

G4S Fire and Safety is compliant to the following certifications and industry standards:

  • Professional Trainers Association of Kenya (PTAK)
  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA)


Confederation of British Industry

Main representative body for British businesses Center for European Reform - Think-tank devoted to reforming the European Union

Chatham House

Organisation for the analysis of international political, business and security issues

Confederation of European Security Services

European grouping of national security associations of private security companies

European Security Transport Association

Represents the cash industry logistics business throughout  Europe 

British Security Industry Association (BSIA)


G4S senior executives are active on the Boards of COESS, the Confederation of European Security Services, which represents the European security industry, ASSA-I (Aviation Security Services Association – International), representing the aviation security sector, and EOS, the European Organisation for Security, another EU-wide security industry body.

Senior G4S executives also hold membership of the Danish Law Council, the GC100, an organisation for general counsel and company secretaries of the FTSE 100 and the 100 Index Club of Chief Financial Officers. 


G4S are founder signatories to the International Code of Conduct (PDF 8742.2 KB) for private security providers. The code was developed by the industry, civil society representatives and the Swiss, UK and US Governments.

It sets out principles for security operations in areas experiencing or recovering from disaster or unrest and where governments and the rule of law are weak. It covers protective security services delivered by staff whether armed or unarmed, and any other activities where staff are required to carry a weapon. The code covers recruitment, vetting and training of staff, the use of force by security company staff, including the handling of firearms, health and safety and reporting and complaints handling.

G4S is playing a leading role on the steering committee set up to ensure the Code becomes an effective tool for driving up standards in the global security industry.


In 2010, we became a signatory to the UN Global Compact, the international standard which promotes socially responsible business behaviour in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

Early in 2012, we published our first UN Global Compact: Communication on Progress, reaffirming our support of the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact. This outlines the actions we have undertaken to improve the integration of the Global Compact and its principles into our business strategy, culture and daily operations.