Scaffolding Industry Accreditations are Seal of Approval
Network Scaffold is proud to be part of the SMAS Worksafe Contractor Scheme, one of the most important accreditations in the construction industry.
All of the scaffold work we carry out for clients across Derbyshire, Nottingham, Tamworth and Staffordshire is completed to the strictest health and safety regulations.
Here we are going to look at what it entails to be part of the SMAS scheme.
Health and Safety Guaranteed with Network Scaffold
This renowned Health and Safety certification are recognised by thousands of organisations around the country.
Since the launch of Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSiP), many contractors now adopt this model as a working template for health and safety in the scaffold industry.
Network Scaffold holding the SMAS accreditation clearly demonstrates our capability to meet core criteria and has given us a level of industry recognition.
We are fully committed to continually improving and developing all of our staff which is why we also work to OHSAS 18001:2007 working standards.
Being part of the Scaffolding Association helps us to have access to the latest training for staff, which is delivered to PAS91 standard which has been developed by the British Standards Institute (BSI).
Environmentally Conscious Scaffolding in Tamworth
Network Scaffold is fully aware that the construction industry has an impact on the environment we live in, which is why we aim to reduce the negative impacts of our operations where possible.
We strike a perfect balance between our customer’s expectations, the safety of operatives and the public whilst protecting the environment.
All of our scaffolding Tamworth works in line with our environmental policy plus its cost-effective for our customers.
We offer access scaffolding and standard scaffolding for private individuals, local authorities, industrial and commercial sector plus house building construction applications.
If you’d like to know more about working with Network Scaffold, please get in touch today.