ISO 9001 is the world's most established quality framework. It helps companies to effectively manage their business and meet their customer's requirements.
The ISO 9001 sets the standard not only for quality management systems, but also management systems in general.
NICEIC is the industry's independent and voluntary regulatory body covering the UK. Its sole purpose is to protect consumers from unsafe and unsound electrical work, maintaining a roll of approved contractors that are assessed every year to ensure that their work meets the national safety standard.
Local authority health and safety and contract professionals, supported by the Health and Safety Executive, have developed the Contractor Health and Safety (Chas) Assessment Scheme over recent years.
A business with Exor accreditation is known to be financially stable, compliant with legislation relevant to the work carried out by the business, and reliable, with a trading history checked by the sourcing of independent references
Constructionline is the UK's register of pre-qualified local and national construction and construction-related contractors and consultants. Owned and endorsed by the DTI, Constructionline is a contributor to the Rethinking Construction initiative.
Buy With Confidence Scheme. The scheme provides consumers with a list of local businesses which have given their commitment to trading fairly. Every business listed has undergone a series of detailed checks before being approved as a member of the scheme.
Gas Safe replaced Corgi in 2009 as the official gas registration for Great Britain and the Isle of Man, by being on the Gas Safe register we can credit our gas engineers with being gas safe and fully qualified to work with gas.
Safecontractor is a contractor accreditation scheme that assesses the health & safety competency of contractors.
The Codes of Considerate Practice commit those sites and companies registered with the Scheme to be considerate and good neighbors, as well as respectful, environmentally conscious, responsible and accountable. Registered sites and companies must also consider their appearance and safety.
The government is working towards a zero waste economy by supporting the reduction, reuse and recycling of waste, and controlling hazardous waste