Memberships & Insurances

Below are our list of accreditations and memberships. We are also insured
to the following levels on Certificate number 1753880 available on request.

Our Insurances: PUBLIC LIABILITY – 5 MILLION | PRODUCT LIABILITY – 5 MILLION | EMPLOYERS LIABILITY – 10 MILLION
PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY – 1 MILLION | EEFICACY FAILURE TO OPERATE – 5 MILLION


Certifying to ISO 9001 Quality Management
A quality management system to demonstrate to customers our quality products and services. It’s a great opportunity for us to promote our business on its achievement as a trusted supplier. Certificate Number FS 568537

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IFE Register of Fire Risk Assessors

In the UK, members and non-members of the IFE may apply to the IFE’s Fire Risk Assessors’ Register. All successful applicants must demonstrate to a Professional Review Panel that they have suitable education, training and experience in the principles of fire safety and fire risk assessment and this involves submitting examples of their work for evaluation.

In the UK, three legislative regimes impose a duty to carry out a fire risk assessment. In England and Wales, the duties are imposed on the Responsible Person who, in a workplace, is the employer and in premises that are not a workplace is the person having control of the premises. The duty can also be imposed on other persons having control of the premises, such as managing agents. In Scotland and Northern Ireland, the term ‘responsible person’ is not used but, again, the duty will fall on the employer and/or certain other persons having control of the premises.

If, as a result of a failure to properly carry out a fire risk assessment, an occupant of the building or someone in the immediate vicinity is put at risk of death or serious injury in case of fire, an offence is committed which can lead to a heavy fine or, in serious cases, imprisonment.

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What is BAFE?
BAFE is the independent registration body for third party certified fire protection companies across the UK. A national independent register of quality fire safety service providers.

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What is the Fire Industry Association?
The FIA is the largest fire protection trade association in the UK with 700+ members.

We are a not-for-profit organisation and a major provider of fire safety training.

Our objective is to promote, improve and perfect fire protection methods, devices, services and apparatus.

We achieve this through the representation of our members, providing technical support, guidance and opportunities for professional advancement through education and appropriate regulation.

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The SafeContractor scheme provides a health and safety audit service for contractors who want to reassure their clients that health and safety is being handled correctly and sufficiently on their sites.

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CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) was created by experienced health and safety professionals in 1997 to improve health and safety standards across the UK.​

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A huge problem for contractors is the need to be assessed by multiple health & safety schemes. By becoming health & safety assessed with an SSIP scheme, you have satisfied the criteria for all other SSIP members’ schemes – saving you from having to pay multiple assessment fees.

Constructionline accepts all valid SSIP member certificates as evidence of competence in health and safety management.

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Launched in 1983 at the British Safety Awards Exhibition, The British Fire Consortium was established to provide customers easy access to expert fire safety training, consultation and equipment suppliers across the UK. At the same time improving the business interests and communications of all the members.

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The comprehensive Code of Practice sets the minimum standards that Members and their customers can expect and is backed up by a robust but very fairly written Constitution. All correspondence including a News Update is carried out electronically except of course for Members meetings which are held twice a year at different locations so that over a period of time everyone has the opportunity (if they so wish) to attend, meet and debate issues with like minded people.

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The Fire Protection Association (FPA) is the UK’s national fire safety organisation and is one of 28 similar national bodies worldwide. We work to identify and draw attention to the dangers of fire and the means by which the potential for loss is kept to a minimum.

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