ADIA membership subscriptions are dependent on your company type. See here for costs.
Architects Councils NHS authorities Head offices of major retailers, restaurants, cafes, bars and leisure centres Contractors Health and Safety departments of art galleries and museums ADIA members (Primarily UK based)
You can view the key reasons why it is important for a business to be a part of an association here
If you are a part of a company, who works on or closely with automatic doors on a day to day basis (or has transferable skills that can be brought to automatic doors), we advise that you seek product training from your company. We also advise they come into membership and have their staff study […]
We write to councils, NHS authorities, contractors, the head offices of retailers, and more to inform them about the safety of the BS EN16005 and how it is imperative in the interests of public safety, to ensure their automatic doors are fitted and maintained by a DoorSafe engineer. We also send them our Directory on […]
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the new details and we will update the details on our databases and on the website. Alternatively, you can complete this form.
You membership officially begins once you have paid for your first subscription (and any renewals once your certificate has expired). We will add you to our databases and send you your membership within 48 hours of receiving payment.
You can see instructions on joining the ADIA here.
Installers membership is for a minimum of 24 months however their certificate is updated annually. Sole traders and Suppliers membership and certificate is paid for annually.
If you fit any of the following categories, you may join the ADIA. an individual* or a company who fits automatic doors, maintain and service automatic doors, build or sell automatic door components, a facilities management company that needs to study to BS EN16005 to recognise automatic door issues, a security or access control firm […]