SafeContractor 2018/2019 Accredited for Another Year
aZtec Commercial Cleaning (trading name for Geoffrey Furber Services Ltd) are delighted to announce that we have received confirmation of our SafeContractor accreditation for yet another year.
Why is SafeContractor Important Within The Cleaning Industry?
The SafeContractor scheme provides a Health & Safety audit service for contractors who want to reassure their clients that Health & Safety is being handled correctly and sufficiently on their sites.
How Does Our Cleaning Company Become SafeContractor Accredited?
SafeContractor have qualified auditors who have reviewed our health and safety policies, procedures and documentation, taking into consideration our trade, industry sector and business size. As a result, the safety audits are tailored to suit our business, to assess whether there is suitable and sufficient health and safety compliance.
Why Does aZtec Maintain Accreditation to SafeContractor?
At aZtec we believe that by achieving this accreditation, not only are we assuring that we have systems in place for the protection of our staff, we are also playing a vital role in supporting our clients in meeting their compliance needs with regard to Health & Safety.
How Does aZtec Commercial Cleaning Ensure SafeContractor Accreditation Will Be Renewed Each Year?
aZtec maintain a very close relationship with Hascat Safety Ltd, reviewing processes, training management staff and ensuring we are training our cleaners correctly within current Health & Safety regulations.
Can Contractors Fail The SafeContractor Accreditation Process?
“Contractors that remain engaged with the accreditation process usually gain accreditation in less than 2 audits. Members who do not remain engaged or keep their membership up to date will eventually fail. SafeContractor’s aim is to work with all of its members to ensure they become accredited. To help this process, every contractor is assigned an auditor who will work with them to make sure the necessary paperwork and documentation is complete.” FAQ section from www.safecontractor.com