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We Are CHAS Premium Plus Accredited

Baker Flooring are delighted to announce that we are now CHAS Premium Plus accredited.

Our application for CHAS Premium Plus has been assessed and verified, therefore meaning our company has been deemed compliant against the CHAS standard.

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.​

CHAS Premium Plus

In order to receive the CHAS Premium Plus package, we had to pass the CHAS standard for the following:

• Health & Safety Assessment
• Environmental
• Quality Management
• Equal Opportunities & Diversity
• Financial & Business Standing
• Anti-Bribery & Corruption
• Modern Slavery

 

Health and Safety – Assessment
The assessment is carried out by qualified assessors, who has specialisms including designer, principal designer and care sector.

Environmental –
Required to answer questions set in alignment with PAS 91 standards.

Quality Management –
Required to answer questions set in alignment with PAS 91 standards.

Equal Opportunities & Diversity – 
The equal opportunities & diversity application provides clients with information on their equality and diversity policies, and how these are promoted in the workforce. Clients who are assessing your suitability for selection will be looking for evidence that you are compliant in your processes in accordance with legislation.

Financial & Business Standing – 
The purpose of this application is to ensure that a company is financially capable of delivering the requirements of the contract. The level of risk a buying organisation will place on this will be primarily determined by the value and length of the contract, the impact on business continuity, and on the community, if there is contractor failure.

Anti-Bribery & Corruption – 
The purpose of this application is to gain assurance from the supplier that adequate procedures are in place to prevent corrupt practices. Also ABC forms part of the United Global Compact in regards to corporate sustainability where it is seeking to eradicate corrupt practices in all forms.

Modern Slavery – 
For supply chains even though there is no requirement to produce a statement (below a certain revenue threshold) again, but best practice is for companies to seek assurance from their supplier that these practices do not exist. The modern Slavery Questions seek to gain that assurance.

Everyone at Baker Flooring are extremely proud of the accreditation and will continue to provide the best standards possible.

Click here to view our premium plus certificate –

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