Haven Designs has a number of accreditations including HS Direct, Trust Mark, CHAS, CSCS, IOSH, PASMA and DBS. We meet the standards set by independent agencies, which gives our clients tremendous peace of mind. We’ve worked consistently over the years to become accredited in design, building and refurbishment. The following is a brief description of our credentials.
CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme)
CHAS assessments show that businesses meet health and safety standards within their companies. They measure risk assessments, case studies, training procedures and method statements and compliance with health and safety laws. Haven Designs are proud to be members of CHAS.
IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health)
We are members of this not-for-profit, Chartered body of health and safety professionals. IOSH aims to raise standards and regulate workplace safety.
PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers)
PASMA offers certification for meeting the standards of mobile tower access and working at height. Haven Designs are members of PASMA.
We are fully certified by HS Direct, a company dedicated to the regulation and practice of all current Health & Safety regulations. With HS Direct we complete all relevant method and risk statements.
Our TrustMark certification indicates that we utilise improved RMI sector standards and recruit tradesman who are reputable and responsible. We are audited each year by TrustMark. In order to achieve certification, our methods, standards and complaint procedures are reviewed and updated annually.
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS)
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) validates that the professionals who work on construction sites have the required qualifications and training for the specific work they perform. CSCS is the leading certification scheme in the UK construction industry and we are proud to have earned their accreditation; this allows us to work on major construction sites as well.
CRB and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) merged into the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) in 2012. Our employees have all had their DBS checks to ensure that we are making the safest possible recruitment choices; all registration details are provided before any project commences.