BETON BAUEN CERTIFICATION
ACCREDITATION & CERTIFICATION
TO MEET UK STANDARDS
COMBINING QUALITY, ENVRONMENTAL AND HEALTH & SAFETY STANDARDS
ISOQAR / UKAS
Beton Bauen has invested greatly in an Integrated Management System (IMS) merging Quality, Environmental, plus Health & Safety ISO management processes into one convenient system, reducing hassle, cutting waste and refining compliance.
Clients, suppliers and contractors alike can rest assured that Beton Bauen has an ISO management system with pre-defined processes and procedures in place, that is certified by a one of the United Kingdom's leading UKAS accredited certification providers.
Originally created as a Government department, for over 20 years Constructionline has been supporting thousands of businesses across the public and private sectors, they work closely with various sector partners and have a deep understanding of buyers' needs.
At Constructionline, the aim is to open up opportunities for members to access a wide range of procurement contracts and projects – and for buyers to access a validated pool of high quality suppliers.
Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) is actively committed to ensure reduction in health and safety assessment costs and bureaucracy in the supply chain, by making cross-recognition between member schemes as effective as possible. Working with many major organisations across the UK involved with new build construction and many other construction organisations as well as those in Education and Care.
Since its launch, many Clients and Principal Contractors now adopt an SSIP approach to H&S pre-qualification and will only use contractors who hold a valid and in date certificate issued by an SSIP Member Scheme. Holding a valid SSIP Member Scheme certificate means that a contractor has demonstrated their capability by meeting the SSIP 'core criteria'.
The Health in Construction Leadership Group (HCLG) was formed in 2014 after a challenge from HSE’s Construction Industry Advisory Committee (ConIAC) for the industry to do more to ‘Think Health’ and responding to the influence of ‘Construction 2025’, the Industry Strategy for Construction. The group is comprised of contractors, clients, the Health and Safety Executive, professional bodies, trade associations and trade unions.
The role of the HCLG is to act as both a stimulus and a catalyst in helping unify the industry in its approach to worker health protection and the promotion, adoption and implementation of best practice processes and initiatives.
The Concrete Society is a member-based body, with no affiliation to Trade or corporate organisations and is proud to be recognised as independent. The Society has built on its technical base to become a leading provider of information serving the needs of clients, architects, engineers, specifiers, suppliers, contractors and users of concrete, with emphasis on quality and competitiveness.
The Concrete Society's independent Concrete Advisory Service provides prompt, impartial technical advice on concrete and related matters to subscribing members of any discipline. The Chartered Engineers have wide experience in many aspects of the use of concrete.
Formed in 1989, the CRA is committed to promoting and developing the practice of concrete repair and allied disciplines, as well as advancing education, technical training and health & safety matters in this specialist construction sector.
Member companies include specialist contractors, product manufacturers and product distributors established in the field of concrete repair, as well as associated organisations, such as test laboratories and consulting engineers.