All of our operatives as a minimum are;
- DBS checked
- MoD approved
- PTS trained to enable them to work safely on The Rail
- Hold CSCS cards for working on construction sites
All of our operatives as a minimum are;
We have been awarded ISO 9001:2015, the internationally recognised standard for quality management systems (QMS). ISO 9001:2015 quality management system helps businesses to continually monitor and manage quality across all operations. As the world’s most widely recognised quality management standard, it outlines ways to achieve, as well as benchmark, consistent performance and service.
We have also been awarded ISO 14001:2015 accreditation demonstrating our commitment to the environment. ISO 14001:2015 is an internationally accepted standard that outlines how to put an effective environmental management system in place. It is designed to help businesses remain commercially successful without overlooking environmental responsibilities and can help companies to grow while reducing the environmental impact of this growth.
Additionally, we have been awarded ISO 45001:2018 accreditation, demonstrating our commitment to health and safety. ISO 45001:2018 is the International Occupational Health and Safety Management Standard and provides a framework for an occupational health and safety management system. It helps businesses put in place policies, procedures and controls so that they can achieve the best possible working conditions, aligned to internationally recognised best practice.
Avetta is a network that helps clients and their suppliers manage supply chain safety, sustainability, and risk. Avetta fundamentally changes the dynamics of the supply chain. It enables and verifies ongoing environmental, social, and financial performance, helping companies build a strong and diverse supplier base.
Achilles UVDB is the community for the UK utilities industry. It enables the utilities sector to use Achilles’ proven supplier pre-qualification system to manage risk within the supply chain and comply with EU regulations. Launched in 1996, Achilles UVDB is the largest Achilles community that is also used by the airports and ports sector. Achilles UVDB is managed by a Steering Group comprising of utility buyers to drive industry best practice.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary scheme for Fleet Operators and is governed by Transport for London. Its purpose is to raise the level of quality within fleet operations and to demonstrate which operators are achieving the standard.
The Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme is a voluntary initiative to record, report and reduce carbon emissions. It allows the UK logistics sector to publicly report, its contribution towards national carbon reduction targets. Click here to see members list.
UK Spill Association (ISAS) members are renowned for and offer world-class standards of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Restoration of Oil Spills. ISAS is recognised by the UK Government, its Trade, Environmental and Maritime Agencies as the national industry body for the commercial and related interests of the spill response industry.
Constructionline is the UK’s largest Government-owned register of contractors and consultants for the construction industry. With over 8,000 key decision-makers from over 2,000 buying organisations using Constructionline to select quality suppliers.
Alcumus SafeContractor is a third-party accreditation scheme that assesses company health and safety arrangements. Many major clients recognise the scheme and will accept Alcumus SafeContractor certification as confirmation of compliance.
You must register as a Waste Carrier if you transport controlled waste within Great Britain (Scotland, England and Wales). Controlled waste is any kind of household, commercial industrial or agricultural waste. It includes any waste from a house, shop, office, factory or any other trade or business premises. Such waste is controlled waste whether it is liquid or solid and even if it is not hazardous or toxic.
The CountyClean Group are proud to be members of the British Safety Council, who’s aim and belief is that no one should be injured or made ill at work. Since the British Safety Councils foundation in 1957, it has campaigned tirelessly to protect workers from accidents, hazards and unsafe conditions, and played a decisive role in the political process that has led to the adoption of landmark safety legislation within the UK and worldwide. CountyClean is committed to protecting and improving the wellbeing of it’s workers, and proud to be members of the British Safety Council.
The CIWM/WAMITAB Operator Competence Scheme is designed to allow permitted waste facilities in England and Wales to demonstrate they employ technically competent people with the knowledge and skills to ensure waste sites comply with the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations. There are two parts to the scheme: Primary Competence (when the technically competent person completes the qualification, units and/or training programme(s) required to manage their waste site) and Continuing Competence (when the technically competent person undertakes a test every two years to demonstrate they have kept up to date with industry changes).