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CHAS Accreditation

The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme accreditation is a widely recognised certification in the UK that demonstrates a company's commitment to health and safety compliance.


It is particularly important for contractors and service providers working in industries where health and safety are critical, such as construction, maintenance, and facilities management.

Stand Out From the Competition with CHAS Accreditation

Achieve seamless CHAS accreditation with our comprehensive packages, ensuring compliance with health and safety standards.

Distance Learning
Bronze Package

Bespoke H&S policy


3 x additional bespoke policies


10 x toolbox talks


4 x e-learning courses of your choice


2 x Site Specific Risk Assessment & Method Statements


Laptop and Paperwork
Silver Package

Bespoke H&S policy

5 x additional bespoke policies

10 x toolbox talks

6 x e-learning courses of your choice

5 x Site Specific Risk Assessments & Methods Statements


Gold Package

Bespoke H&S policy

7 x additional bespoke policies

10 x toolbox talks

10 x e-learning courses of your choice

10 x Risk Assessments & Method Statements


Why Choose Us? 

Our packages provide everything you need to achieve CHAS accreditation, including bespoke policies, toolbox talks, e-learning courses, and risk assessments.

We have a package to fit every need and budget, with three tiers to choose from: Bronze, Silver, and Gold.

Our team of NEBOSH-qualified assessors will ensure a smooth and efficient accreditation process.

Contact us today to learn more about our CHAS accreditation packages and how we can help your business achieve success.

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Key Points about CHAS Accreditation:

  1. CHAS accreditation verifies that a company has robust health and safety policies and practices in place.

  2. Many clients, especially in public sector contracts, require suppliers to be CHAS accredited as part of their pre-qualification process. 

  3. For contractors, CHAS accreditation can help in identifying and managing potential risks, ensuring safer working environments and reducing the likelihood of accidents and incidents.

  4. Holding CHAS accreditation can give companies a competitive edge in bidding for contracts, as it demonstrates a commitment to high health and safety standards.

  5. It enhances the company’s reputation and builds trust with clients, employees, and stakeholders.

Process for Obtaining
CHAS Accreditation

To obtain CHAS accreditation, a company typically needs to complete an application and submit detailed documentation regarding their health and safety policies, procedures, and records. The CHAS team then reviews and assesses this information to determine if the company meets the required standards.

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