The UK’s leading Health and Safety accreditation scheme verifying compliance. Enhancing RGW’s profile and gives clients the peace of mind that RGW’s Health and Safety practices are compliant with the law
An extension of the SafeContractor Health and Safety contractor management system, that provides organisations with greater visibility of their supply chain compliance. It is an online product built to include the common question sets defined within PAS91.
This means RGW can demonstrate that they’re a safe, ethical and sustainable company to work with through SafePQQ verification. SafePQQ collects and verifies information, covering: Finance, Anti Bribery, Environment, GDPR, Quality Management, Right to Work, Equality, Building Information Modelling, Modern Slavery and Professional References.
CHAS understands that the UK compliance market is complex. For over 20 years they’ve worked tirelessly to make the accreditation process easy to use, eliminating unnecessary duplication and simplifying checks and have developed a standardised accreditation for the construction industry. CHAS has introduced a new Common Assessment Standard that will further strengthen their position as the leading one-stop-shop for complete risk management solutions. More importantly however, it offers an effective and productive solution for safely precuring a contract across all construction sectors.
NADC – National Association of Drainage Contractors
The aims and objectives of the NADC are to provide training and implement standards and controls for the National Drainage Industry including vetting of its members and certification. To ensure the views of the drainage industry are put to the Government, its agencies, local authorities and other relevant organisations. To provide training, certification and to promote drainage professionals and provide commentary, guidance and advice on regulatory developments.
Considerate Contractors Scheme
The Considerate Contractors Scheme is a not-for-profit, independent organisation founded in 1997 by the construction industry to improve its image. Construction companies and suppliers voluntarily register with the Scheme and agree to abide by the Code of Considerate Practice, designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements. The Scheme is concerned about any area of construction activity that may have a direct or indirect impact on the image of the industry as a whole. The main areas of concern fall into three categories: the general public, the workforce and the environment. In 2018 and 2019 RGW have been recognised by the CCS and have been awarded for their works in improving the image of construction.
Health & Safety is vital for the well being of our workforce and customers, Citation take the confusion out of Health & Safety Compliance, providing the tools to create risk assessments and keep us up to date on the latest legislation and professional advice.
All Citations Health & Safety Consultants are either qualified members of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) or the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM)
Quality Management assurance by overseeing all managements activities and tasks needed to maintain the highest level of excellence. This including the determination of a quality policy, creating and implementing quality planning and assurance, and quality control and quality improvement
An open-access common database service providing compliance and pre-qualifying questionnaires information to the construction industry. This enables subcontractors and suppliers to easily maintain and share information. For main contractors and clients, it provides all the information, documents and tools required to manage a supply chain no matter how large or small. The construction industry depends upon its subcontractors with most private sector companies and all public sector concerns requiring formal pre-qualification. This has meant a different pre-qualifying Questionnaires question set from virtually every main contractor. The builder’s profile addresses the costs, complexities and communication overheads of multiple pre-qualifying questionnaires.