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CHAS - Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme
Developed by local authority health and safety and procurement professionals, with the support of the Health & Safety Executive. The scheme is available for use by any public and private sector organisations to use when short listing contracts suppliers and consultants who apply to work for them. It provides information about the Health & Safety part of their application and will show they meet acceptable standards of Health & Safety compliance.
Constructionline is the UK's register of pre-qualified construction and construction related suppliers. Constructionline gather and assess pre- qualification information on behalf of public and private sector procedures and provide them with access to over 5,500 fully accredited suppliers free of charge. In addition they also help contractors and consultants by reducing the need for them to fill in pre-qualification forms for every tender and provides access to over 1,700 buyers Over 13,300 contractors and consultants ranging from sole trader and small specialist firms to large multi-radicals are registered with construction hire. The 1,700 buyers access the UK range from large central government departments and local authorities, housing associations, universities & NHS trust.
ISO 9001 certification
What is ISO 9000? ISO9000 is an internationally-recognised standard for business management, which ensures that businesses are operating to the same standards of meeting customers requirements. Why do I need it? There are many benefits for your business when you get ISO 9000. The major benefit that ISO 9000 Certification brings to most businesses is a significant competitive edge over their rivals. As business becomes ever more competitive, ISO 9000 can be a cost-effective way for you to demonstrate to your customers that quality assurance is of paramount importance to your organisation. Why do organisations need QMS? First, and foremost, they take all the hassle out of the whole thing! They don't believe in making things unnecessarily complicated - basically, their aim is to ensure that organisations: Say what you do - Do what you say - Prove that you do it - It's as simple as that.
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