Accreditations

BSI

In July 2014 it became law that any company working with steel structures involving welding must adhere to the standard BS1090. Normally the British standards are a guidance tool but this is now legally enforceable.

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CHAS

This is not a legal requirement but most construction companies we work with require a minimum of one of these options. For full information please visit:

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CSCS

CSCS is the leading skills certification scheme within the UK construction industry. CSCS cards provide proof that individuals working on construction sites have the required training and qualifications for the type of work they carry out.

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Safe Contractors

This is not a legal requirement but most construction companies we work with require a minimum of one of these options. For full information please visit:

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ISO 9001

ISO9001 is a quality control standard which means a company implements a high level of control in all aspects of manufacture, office procedures and review to ensure that quality is kept to the highest standard.

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The Guild of Master Craftsmen

To become a member of the guild of master craftsmen we were vetted by their panel of experts to ensure that we can do what we say we can.

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CE Approved

** CE Approved Steel Fabrication Company ** Legal Requirement since 2014 BS1090 CE marking was a law passed in 2014 applying to all structural steel fabrication works (including balconies, staircases, canopies, fire escapes, balustrade) meaning any company or person making products in steel MUST comply to.

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