Accreditations

ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It is the most widely used QMS standard in the world, with over 1.1 million certificates issued to organizations in 178 countries.

ISO 9001 provides a framework and set of principles that ensure a common-sense approach to the management of your organization to consistently satisfy customers and other stakeholders. In simple terms, it provides the basis for effective processes and effective people to deliver an effective product or service time after time.

The Building Engineering Services Association is the UK's leading trade organisation for building engineering services contractors – representing the interests of firms active in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, control and management of engineering systems and services in buildings.

CHAS is established as the market leader for health and safety pre-qualification in the UK. It is available to suppliers (those who provide goods and services) and to organisations (buyers) looking for suitably competent suppliers.

CHAS is a founder member and past Chair of Safety Schemes in Procurement – Competence Forum or SSIP.

Constructionline is the UK's leading procurement and supply chain management service that collects, assesses and monitors standard company information through a question set that is aligned to PAS 91, the standardised pre-qualification questionnaire developed by BSI to reduce duplication within the construction industry.

Gas Safe Register is the official gas registration body for the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey, appointed by the relevant Health and Safety Authority for each area. By law all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register.

Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI as the gas registration body in Great Britain and Isle of Man on 1 April 2009. The main focus of the Register is on improving and maintaining gas safety to the highest standards. They make sure all gas engineers on the Register, over 120,000, are qualified to work with gas.

OFTEC is a trade association that works on behalf of the oil heating and cooking industry in the UK and Republic of Ireland, representing the interests of manufacturers, suppliers and training providers. OFTEC also takes a lead role in setting industry standards and manages a competent person registration scheme for technicians who install, commission and service oil, solid fuel and renewable heating and cooking equipment.

Best Practice in Refrigerant Management means working to industry Codes of Practice and in compliance with all current legislation to ensure containment of refrigerant of any type. Work activities covered includes installation, commissioning, servicing, maintenance, leak checking and decommissioning on any kind of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump equipment.

Refcom has been operating Refcom Elite (formally Refcom voluntary registration scheme) since 1994 to promote the responsible management of ozone depleting refrigerant gases. Refcom recognised early the need for controlled management of fluorinated gases - widely used in the industry for their stable, non-flammable and energy efficient qualities, but with a high global warming potential if released.

FGAS Registration is open to contractors, end-users, equipment and refrigerant distributors, who wish to set themselves apart from the competition by demonstrating conformity to higher standards than those set out in the F-Gas Regulations.

The air conditioning company known today as Mitsubishi Electric, was founded in 1955 and quickly established itself at the forefront of the industry. With 50 years experience in developing cost-effective, energy conscious air conditioning systems expertly designed to provide the consumer with constant, comfortable living and working environments.

NICEIC is the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. It has been assessing the electrical competence of electricians for nearly sixty years and currently maintains a roll of over 26,000 registered contractors.

They provide a number of products and services specifically tailored to help contractors meet the changing nature of the construction industry. This includes training, technical advice, certification and information on all the latest industry developments.

NICEIC has developed a reputation amongst consumers, specifiers of work and industry for promoting safety, integrity and technical excellence.

Contractors undergo a rigorous assessment process, covering a representative sample of their work, their premises, documentation, equipment, and the competence of their key supervisory staff. They are then re-assessed on a regular basis to ensure continued compliance.

Founded in 1901, the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) is the UK’s leading trade association representing the interests of contractors who design, install, inspect, test and maintain electrical and electronic equipment and services.