Constructionline – The common sense solution for both sides of the tender
As a supplier, you’ll know that jumping through the same vetting hoops every time you tender is not a brilliant use of time and resources. And for buyers, sifting through pre-qualification data and keeping it up to date adds up to a similarly wasteful job. Constructionline helps both sides of the deal bypass these problems, saving everyone time, money and hassle in the process.
Safecontractor – The Health & Safety Assessment Scheme
The safecontractor scheme is designed to review and audit the health and safety policies, procedures and documentation of contractors.
With legislation placing an ever-increasing burden on organizations to ensure the health and safety competency of contractors providing services on their premises, it is vital to have a reliable system in place.
More than ever, there is a need to determine how seriously your external contractors and service providers take health and safety and to professionally assess the suitability of their arrangements.
Safecontractor is a health and safety assessment scheme that is recognised all over the UK. The scheme has been designed to take the hassles out of health and safety by managing your list of approved contractors more efficiently and cost effectively.
CSCS – The Construction Skills Certification Scheme
CSCS delivers a scheme for industry that confirms individuals working in the built environment have the necessary training and qualifications.
The Scheme keeps a database of those working in construction who have achieved, or are committed to achieving, a recognized construction related qualification.
ECS – The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme
It’s now almost impossible to gain access to a construction site without proof of identification, your competence and qualification levels. The ECS card solves this problem. ECS stands for Electrotechnical Certification Scheme – it’s the sole ID and competence card scheme for Electrotechnical operatives in the UK, and it’s recognised and endorsed by the industry.
Holding an ECS card means you can prove your identity, your qualified status and your occupation when working on-site. It is affiliated to the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).