As a contractor, you can benefit from becoming accredited with us by approving your competency level. There are two accreditation packages, Bronze (basic level) and Gold (advanced level).
Each membership has four main areas of assessment:
A full evaluation of the contractor’s Health and Safety policies, procedures, processes or other requirements that fulfils the accreditation standard as established by the Safety Services in Procurement Forum (SSIP).
The contractor will need to demonstrate compliance via:
- Public Liability Insurance – the contractor has current public liability insurance in a minimum amount of £5million for each occurrence, and;
- Employer’s Liability Insurance – the contractor has current employer’s liability insurance in a minimum amount for each occurrence which complies with statutory requirements.
The contractor will need to demonstrate sufficient evidence of competency in their trade area. An outline for each category will be available soon.
- The contractor has a satisfactory credit score from a recognised credit reference agency.
Members with Gold membership will need to show further compliance in the following areas:
An evaluation of the contractor’s Health and Safety capability to act as a principal contractor to co-ordinate the work of sub-contractors. (If required)
The contractor acts in a responsible manner and is observant of key environmental requirements.
A requirement for ACDC membership is to provide current and valid insurance, relevant trading certificates and accompanying compliance evidence.
If expired or lapsed, you will receive reminders to update your details. Should you not update your information, notification will be provided to all relevant buyers.
Trading and financial information is also monitored in order to obtain the most recent and up to date information.