Road Safety Contracts Accreditations
Road Safety Contracts business depends on managing and delivering a quality service in accordance with contract specifications. This company maintains a bespoke, fully accredited Integrated Management System (IMS) incorporating ISO 9001:2008 (Quality), ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental) and OHSAS 18001:2007 (Health and Safety). This IMS provides a robust framework for the effective management of contracts.
Considerate Constructors Schemewww.ccscheme.org.uk
Road Safety Contracts is registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, an industry initiative set up to improve the image of construction.
Registered Company No: 00988
ISO 14001 2004www.sgs.co.uk
Road Safety Contracts holds ISO 14001:2004 Environmental accreditation, we have been certified since and are audited on an annual basis by the certified body SGS Ltd. This system covers the full scope of works carried out by the company meaning that:
- Environmentally friend work practices are integral to all elements of Road Safety Contracts business
- Environmental sustainability is a core business aim
OHSAS 18001 2007 www.sgs.co.uk
OHSAS 18001 2007 Demonstrate our commitment to occupational health and safety with the SGS portfolio of training, auditing and certification solutions relating to the OHSAS 18001 2007 safety management standard. Our commitment to occupational health and safety is crucial for our employees, but also for our customers and other stakeholders. OHSAS 18001 2007 is the internationally recognised assessment specification for the Occupational Health and Safety Management Standard. Developed by leading industry and international standards and certification bodies, OHSAS 18001 2007 provides a framework that allows Road Safety Contracts to consistently identify and control our health and safety risks, reduce the potential for accidents, aid legislative compliance and improve your overall performance.
OHSAS 18001 is the internationally recognized assessment specification for occupational health and safety management systems. It was developed by a selection of leading trade bodies, international standards and certification bodies to address a gap where no third-party certifiable international standard exists. An OHSMS promotes a safe and healthy working environment by providing a framework that allows our organization to consistently identify and control its health and safety risks, reduce the potential for accidents, aid legislative compliance and improve overall performance.
ISO 9001 2008www.sgs.co.uk
ISO 9001 2008
Road Safety Contracts holds ISO 9001:2008 Quality accreditation, we have been certified since August 1994 and are audited on an annual basis by the certified body SGS Ltd. This accreditation provides a structured process for the continuous improvement of quality and ensures that contracts are properly managed, properly resourced, properly monitored and that all necessary compliances are met.
Road Safety Marking Association www.rsma.co.uk
The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) represents and supports its members and the whole Road Marking industry, providing a base for discussion, training and standards that help to ensure the health and safety of operators and to develop a highly trained, fully-qualified workforce.
Road Safety Markings Association seeks to raise the quality and standards for road markings across the UK, working with road authorities on this most cost-effective safety measure to eradicate dangerously worn lines
The Road Safety Marking Association was established for over thirty years, promoting the industry as a whole and the collective interests of its members. About 90% of companies involved in the road marking industry are represented, ranging from the smallest to the largest organisations, throughout the country.
National Highway Sector Schemes
National Highways Sector Schemes (NHSS) are bespoke quality management systems for organisations working on the UK road network. They are based on the ISO9001:2008 standards, but do not duplicate them.
Construction line assesses applicants on their health and safety policy statement, their organisation and how it deals with health and safety and their specific health and safety arrangements. This means that everyone will work to an acceptable standard. All members of the Constructionline scheme are stored on a database which is accessible by members only.
Freight Transport Association www.fta.co.uk
Freight Transport Association (FTA) is one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents the transport interests of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air.
Boasting a rich heritage, FTA has been supporting the interests of the transport industry since 1889.
FTA members operate more than 200,000 lorries – almost half the UK fleet. In addition, our members deliver over 90 per cent of freight moved by rail; and 70 per cent of UK visible exports by sea and air.
So as an FTA member, you know you’re in good company and safe hands.
British Safety Councilwww.britsafe.org
The British Safety Council (BSC) is one of the world’s leading health and safety organisations.
Their mission is to keep people healthy and safe at work. BSC’s range of charitable initiatives, such as free health and safety qualifications for school children, is supported by a broad mix of commercial activities centred on membership, training, auditing and qualifications.
The British Safety Council (BSC) is the only UK awarding body to offer a complete suite of accredited health and safety qualifications from Entry Level to Level 6 in the National Qualifications Framework. The awarding body is regulated by the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual). This means it has met and must adhere to a wide range of quality assurance criteria so that rigour and consistency in the awarding of qualifications is maintained.
Construction Employers Federationwww.cefni.co.uk
The Construction Employers Federation (CEF) is the certified representative body for the construction industry in Northern Ireland. The organisation has over 1200 member companies ranging from micro businesses employing a handful of people to the largest construction companies in Northern Ireland. In total, CEF member companies account for over 70% of construction output.
The construction industry is one of the largest industrial sectors in Northern Ireland. Its economic impact is far reaching as every £1 invested in construction generates £2.84 in the wider economy. It is therefore essential to have an effective busy organisation to be ‘the voice of the construction industry’. CEF fulfils that role.
Investors in Peoplewww.investorsinpeople.co.uk
Road Safety Contracts (RSC) have been awarded Investor in People in 2006, this accrediation places Learning and Development at the heart of its strategic and operational activities: Investors in people sees the training and development of people as essential in helping achieve business goals.