ISO 9001 – Quality Certification
What is ISO 9001?
The ISO 9001 series of standards form the foundation and framework for an effective management system within any type of business. The standards were developed and published by the International Organisation for Standardisation or ISO and have over 110 member countries. Increased global competition has lead to higher customer expectations with regard to quality. To be competitive, businesses need to employ increasingly effective and efficient systems.
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.
Safe Contractor Approved
Safecontractor is part of the Alcumus Group, the market-leading provider of technology-enabled compliance risk management, certification and verification services.
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.
In 1997 a group of health and safety and procurement professionals from across Great Britain worked with the Association of London Government (ALG) to develop CHAS.
The CompEx Scheme is now universally recognised as the Global Competency Scheme of choice for the major oil, gas and chemical users who want to protect both their workers and capital assets.
The aims and objectives of the Association for Petroleum & Explosives Administration have remained unchanged since the foundation of the organisation in 1958, principally these are:-
- The advancement of scientific, technical and legal knowledge required in the administration of the Petroleum & Explosives Acts and associated Environment legislation
- To facilitate the interchange of information, ideas and practice on all matters pertaining to Petroleum & Explosives and associated Environment legislation
- To attain, so far as is practicable, uniformity in the administration of this legislation
- To establish the formation of branches in the United Kingdom and other Countries
- To co-operate with other bodies having similar objectives to those of the Association, to act an an authoritive body for consulting with government, public bodies and other in matters of public, professional and scientific interest concerning petroleum, explosives and associated environmental law