Accreditation

Our accreditations demonstrate our dedication to a safe and professional way of working, and our ability to deliver an excellent overall customer experience.

Accreditation - ISO 9001

Working towards ISO 9001 Quality Management System

The ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS) standard is the world’s leading quality management standard and has been implemented by over one million organisations in over 170 countries globally. It is designed to help companies meet statutory and regulatory requirements relating to their product, while achieving excellence within their customer service and delivery.

We are annually audited by an external governing body in order to maintain this accreditation.

Accreditation - ISO 14001

Working towards ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

The ISO 14001 Environment Management System (EMS) standard is an internationally-recognised systematic framework which monitors and controls the impact of our operations on the environment in the short and long-term. We are annually audited by an external governing body in order to maintain this accreditation.

Accreditation - CHAS

CHAS

CHAS (the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is a UK-wide scheme to demonstrate compliance with health and safety standards. The purpose of a CHAS certification is to assist buyers and suppliers in health and safety competence assessments. We are annually audited by an external governing body in order to maintain this accreditation.

Accreditation - ConstructionLine

Constructionline

CAFOS is a member of Constructionline, the UK’s most connected and progressive provider of procurement and supply chain management services. In order to comply with membership, we have demonstrated our following of industry and government standards and passed their supplier assessment.

Accreditation - Safety Schemes In Procurement (SSIP)

SSIP

Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) was set up to act as an umbrella organisation to facilitate mutual recognition between health and safety assessment schemes with the common aim of reducing both duplication and costs for both buyers and suppliers.