Envirotect Limited are CHAS accredited.
CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) was created by experienced health and safety professionals in 1997 to improve health and safety standards across the UK.
In partnership with the Association of London Government (ALG), CHAS was a key developer of the core criteria held in the Approved Code of Practice which supported the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (now recognised as CDM 2015) and is a founder member of SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement). As one of the founders of third party accreditation we are not only a trusted advisor on health and safety compliance, we are an authority. CHAS set industry benchmarks, provide assurance and reassurance, and offer best-in-class services that are easy to use and cost effective.
This health and safety legislation was created to achieve the following aims:
- To simplify health and safety contractor assessment by standardising requirements.
- To allow companies to avoid undergoing health and safety assessments for every job.
CHAS have more than 900 public and private sector client organisations and 70,000 contractors registered on the CHAS database.
Alcumus delivers auditing and certification services through its certification division, ISOQAR, a leading UKAS accredited certification body.
ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for the quality management of businesses. It applies to the processes that create and control the products and services an organisation supplies, and prescribes systematic control of activities to ensure that the needs and expectations of customers are met.
- ISO 9001 certification by an accredited certification body shows commitment to quality, customers, and a willingness to work towards improving efficiency.
- It demonstrates the existence of an effective quality management system that satisfies the rigours of an independent, external audit.
- ISO 9001 certification enhances company image in the eyes of customers, employees and shareholders alike.
- It also gives a competitive edge to an organisation’s marketing.
Envirotect are proud to be members of Made in Britain and will be introducing the official marque on all of our Radiation and RF shielding products.
The marque has been introduced to help customers identify British made products and to help support and promote British manufacturing in the UK and overseas.
The campaign was originally started by Stoves to celebrate British manufacturing the management of which has since been handed over to a committee made up of MDs and CEOs of UK manufacturing companies as well as other supporters of British manufacturing. Together they have formed a not-for-profit company called Made in Great Britain Campaign Limited.
The SRP was founded as a learned society in 1963. It became a registered charity in 1973 and regularly provides awards, student bursaries and scholarships to develop radiation protection professionals. The Society’s full objectives are listed below and in brief they are:
- To promote the science and art of radiation protection
- To disseminate knowledge and support relevant education
- To promote high professional standards to the public benefit.
The British Institute of Radiology (BIR) is a multidisciplinary membership organisation connecting radiology professionals and industry.
We offer education, publications and networking opportunities for people with an interest in radiology and radiation oncology.
BJR is our multi-disciplinary research journal covering all the radiological sciences. With origins dating back to 1897 the BIR is the oldest radiological society in the world. We are a registered charity and governed by and for its members.
The Royal Society of Medicine is one of the country’s major providers of postgraduate medical education. Independent and apolitical, the Society provides a neutral platform for informed debate about important, often controversial, healthcare topics.
The Society was established in 1805 as The Medical and Chirurgical Society of London, meeting in two rooms in barristers’ chambers at Gray’s Inn and then moving to Lincoln’s Inn Fields where it stayed for 25 years. In 1834 the Society moved to Berners Street and was granted a Royal Charter by King William IV.
In 1905, under the leadership of Sir John MacAlister, the Society moved to 20 Hanover Square where the centenary was celebrated. Two years later the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London came together with seventeen specialist medical societies and, with a supplementary Royal Charter granted by Edward VII, became the Royal Society of Medicine.
In 1910 the Society acquired the site on the corner of Wimpole Street and Henrietta Place, which was opened by King George V and Queen Mary in May 1912.
The Middle East Association (MEA) is the UK’s leading business forum for promoting trade and investment with the Middle East and North Africa. Founded in 1961 and based in London, the MEA is an independent, not-for-profit membership association, representing around 350 organisations from all business and industry sectors.
With our unrivalled network of government and private sector contacts, longstanding experience and in-depth market knowledge, we are uniquely placed to provide British companies with the intelligence, access and guidance they need to develop their business successfully in the region.
UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) works with UK-based businesses to ensure their success in international markets, and encourage the best overseas companies to look to the UK as their global partner of choice.
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