We deliver our services through a global network of over 12,000 highly specialised and fully compliant staff, 200+ branches and more than 20+ monitoring centres worldwide, providing a customised local service supported by expert teams, 24/7, 365 days a year.

Gender Pay Gap Report 2022

About us 

Founded in 1818 by Charles and Jeremiah Chubb, we have been protecting people and assets worldwide for more than 200 years. 
At Chubb, we are driven by a powerful purpose – to make the world a safer place.  We are a market leader in fire safety and security solutions, providing products and services from fire extinguishers and CCTV systems to inspections, risk assessments, and remote monitoring, to businesses across a variety of industries in a broad spread of global locations.  

In the UK, our 2100+ employees within our regional branches protect over 250,000 sites, supported by a network of highly specialised engineers and two NSI accredited Alarm Receiving Centres.   

And we don’t stop there. Our service teams keep systems and equipment in peak condition to ensure the safety and security of people, property and assets. And through our connected remote services, our customers have complete confidence in their protection with more direct, immediate and easy connectivity with Chubb, 24/7/365.   

Our Values
Chubb is the number one trusted partner to protect the world’s most valued resources – people, property and assets

Our gender profile for 2022

At the snapshot date, Chubb Fire & Security Limited employed 1512 full pay relevant employees of which 1160 / 77% were male, and 352 / 23% were female.   

This is a decrease from 2021 by 2.2% of all relevant employees, a 9.7% decrease in female employees and a slight increase of 0.3% in male employees. 

% Males & Females 


% Males & Females in pay each quartile




Mean and median pay and bonus


% of Males and Females receiving bonus

What are we doing to address the gender pay gap

This is our fifth gender pay gap report, providing information on our average pay and bonus gaps between males and females. 

The fire safety and security industries have always employed a greater proportion of men than women, and Chubb reflects this with 77% of our workforce being male. We continue to face challenges in attracting female candidates to our organisation, especially in technical and operational roles. We are committed to taking actions that support the progression of women, and reduce pay disparity between male and female employees, including: 

  • Increasing the number of women in leadership, technical and operational roles. Females represent one third of our senior leadership team. 
  • Bringing our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion strategy to life, through the establishment of our DEI community in 2022.  
  • Reviewing and enhancing our family-friendly policies, with our hybrid & flexible working policy in 2022, as well as enhancements to our paternity and parental bereavement policies. 
  • Continuing to expand our apprenticeship program.  Our Accelerated Development Program and Sales Associate Program commenced in 2022. 
  • Developing hiring strategies aimed at attracting female candidates. 
  • Conducting our succession planning process which identifies internal female talent. 
  • Our Building Great Leaders program was launched in 2022, with further modules planned for 2023. 

We continue to work hard to become a more inclusive company in the way we do business, both through partnerships and the external suppliers and vendors we choose to work with. For our people, we want Chubb to be a workplace where everyone belongs and thrives, and where people are inspired to do great things.  We recognise that an inclusive working environment is key to attracting and retaining talent, and this is our journey.   

We confirm that the data provided has been collated in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.



David Dunnagan

Managing Director


Lesley Leach

Human Resources Director