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Accreditations

From our environmental commitments to quality management, our accreditations are evidence that we take our role in the workplace seriously. For our customers, they provide reassurance that we’re dedicated to the safety of their teams and that we’re committed to continuous improvement.

Achilles UVDB

Achilles enables trading partners to share high quality, structured, real-time data and insightful analytics. They help buyers to manage risk and enable suppliers to increase market reach.

BSiF

We are members of the British Safety Industry Federation and their Registered Safety Supplier scheme. This ensures our safety equipment meets the appropriate standards, fully complies with PPE regulations and is appropriately CE UKCA marked.

CLIA

We are a Diamond Executive Partner of the CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association) Hotel Operations, Food and Beverage community.

Crown Commercial Service Supplier

We are a PPE (workwear, general and specialist) supplier to the public sector. Being part of this scheme means customers can procure our services while remaining compliant with UK and EU regulations.

FORS (Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme) Bronze

Bronze accreditation confirms that we employ good practices within our fleet and comply with the FORS Standard, which requires:

  • A dedication to driver and vehicle safety, combined with improving operating practices through effective monitoring of fuel and tyre usage.
  • An audit, completed by an accredited FORS auditor, to ensure we meet the bronze accreditation criteria.
  • Arranging and passing an independent audit once per year, to verify that we continue to meet the FORS bronze accreditation criteria.

ISO 9001: The quality management standard

Ensures we have procedures in place to meet the highest operational standards with an effective quality management system.

ISO 14001: The environmental standard

Ensures we have an environmental management system in place and forms a framework to control and improve our environmental performance.

MHRA Phase I Accreditation

This is a voluntary scheme for organisations conducting phase one trials. The aim of the scheme is to make sure trials (particularly FIH trials) are as safe as possible. ‘Organisations in the scheme must exceed the basic regulatory good clinical practice standards by having additional procedures that include the highest standards for avoiding harm to trial subjects and for handling any medical emergencies.’[1]

RISQS

Formerly Achilles Link Up, the Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme supports:

  • Network Rail
  • Transport for London
  • Passenger, light rail and freight train operators
  • Rolling stock organisations
  • Main infrastructure contractors
  • Other rail products and services providers

[1] https://www.gov.uk/guidance/mh...