We are accredited with a number of a different organisatons which ensures we work to the highest standards and provide the highest level of customer service
SIA Approved Contractor
The Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) is managed by the SIA as part of its remint to “raise performance standards and to assist the private security industry in developing new opportunities”. It aims to achieve this by putting in place a system of inspection for providers of security services
The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) is the largest independent, professional and educational body within the cleaning industry with over 30,000 Individual and Corporate members in the UK and Internationally.
BICSc Standards combine intelligence from a number of highly regarded cleaning industry experts. Across the board, these individuals have an exceptional level of both knowledge and experience across a variety of cleaning industry sectors.
It is because of this level of expertise and experience in delivery that our clients know that we do not just offer education about cleaning practices, but an overall ‘Best Practice’ for the cleaning industry.
The Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) was founded in 1991 and is the leading trade association for companies that manage private residential long leasehold blocks of flats in England and Wales. ARMA promotes high standards of leasehold management by providing advice, training and guidance to its members. ARMA also produces guidance materials for leaseholders and residents’ management companies whilst campaigning for improvements in legislation governing the leasehold sector.
ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for an organisation’s internal Quality Management. The term ‘quality’ refers to all those features of a product or service which are required by the customer. An organisation’s ‘Quality Management’ refers to an organisation’s actions to ensure that its products or services satisfy its
Possession of an SSIP Forum Member Scheme certification cannot be taken on its own as a sufficient assessment of organisational capability for a business to start construction work on site. All Clients should ensure that, before instructing an SSIP Member Scheme assessed business to start work, a project specific scrutiny of the supplier’s skills, track record and organisational capability is carried out. This scrutiny should satisfy the Client that the supplier can properly manage the risks presented by the work, on the project in hand.