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The Only Way Is NSL

Vetting potential employees is a complex but vital task, as it is crucial for employers to make sure that all of their staff have the right to work in the UK. Here, NSL Validation Solutions explain how they worked with City & Essex to deliver a quick and easy solution to ensure documents are in order.

City & Essex is a family owned, but corporately managed, cleaning company with over forty years experience in a highly competitive market. They work with a range of clients, many of whom operate strict tender and third party employee integrity processes, so it is imperative they ensure all employees have the right to work in the UK.

They understand that vetting potential employees can be complex; operating from several bases, screening identity documents needs to be easy and flexible. City & Essex required a verification system that is portable and user-friendly for their supervisors to use on a daily basis.

Because of this, they chose identity document fraud experts, NSL Validation Solutions, and its new AuthentiScan mobile app, powered by Keesing Technologies.

NSL offers the world’s most advanced and efficient technologies, which are easily tailored to meet specific requirements.

The AuthentiScan app allows documents to be checked anytime and anywhere. It allows users to check the Machine Readable Zone (MRZ), a security feature in passports and visas, and provides a quick and easy way of authenticating identity documents.

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By taking a photograph of the document, the AuthentiScan app determines whether the document is genuine or counterfeit within seconds. The result of each inspection is automatically saved, including all photographs and information obtained from the documents. The AuthentiScan app also creates an audit trail for City & Essex.

City & Essex managers use an Android phone; the AuthentiScan app was downloaded and each manager was allocated their own username and password. No technical equipment was required, which meant that managers could begin the checking process immediately. This quick and easy process saved staff valuable time travelling to their head office. Checks can be carried out on site with the identity document holder placed in front of the supervisor who is conducting the checks. This reduces the chance of someone changing places between a company’s head office and arriving at a base to start work.

Vince Turner, Operations Director at City & Essex said: "AuthentiScan is a great app that's simple to use, and allows our mobile managers to verify identity documents on the move. We were up and running within minutes after the app was installed, without the need for large scanning

equipment. We already had a robust staff vetting procedure in place but were looking to take it to the next level and the Validation Solutions mobile app has done exactly that.’’

NSL Validation Solutions is an exclusive UK distributor of identity document checking systems, powered by Keesing Technologies. Trusted by the government, police agencies, and employers throughout the world its systems offer validation and verification techniques for every identity document issued in the world.

They also offer employers a fully managed service, which handles all aspects of an employer’s liability by offering a fully guaranteed and indemnified service. They can give clients and customers full access to an identity document fraud screening and vetting support helpline, while NSL’s vetting experts provide comprehensive support and advice on all the latest immigration rules.

NSL Validation Solutions is a trusted partner to many high profile companies within the cleaning sector, offering the highest levels of service and support at affordable prices.

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