Safety Smart gets Acclaim Health & Safety accreditation

24th May 2016 Posted in Blogs

Further to our recent Constructionline certification, Safety Smart has also gained the Acclaim Certificate of Health and Safety Accreditation.

Acclaim are part of the SSIP forum (Safety Schemes in Procurement). SSIP assessments are all judged on core criteria approved by HSE. These core criteria describe what it means for a construction business to comply with basic health and safety law. 

HSE’s message for Clients, those who are procuring the services of suppliers to do construction work, is simple. HSE encourages Clients to accept a valid certification, based on an assessment by any of the SSIP Forum Member Schemes as having met the Core Criteria, and Clients should not then require any further evidence at the prequalification stage.


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