AAA is SafePQQ verified!

After securing our SafeContractor accreditation earlier in the year, we are pleased to confirm that our SafePQQ  application has been completed and AAA is now SafePQQ verified!

SafePQQ is an extension of the SafeContractor health & safety contractor management system, including sets of questions commonly found within the PAS91 pre-qualification questionnaire. By obtaining this, we are demonstrating to our clients once again the high standards of compliance that we have attained and we are assuring them of our best practice in key topics, such as Environment, GDPR, Equality, Right to Work and many more, as outlined below.

You can download our latest SafeContractor accreditation here and the recently awarded 2019-2020 SafePQQ Verification Certificate here. AAA SafePQQ Verified.jpg

Success of Safety Audit at Dartford!

As part of our ongoing checks, we were very happy to recently receive a high standard of safety audit for our client Readie Construction Ltd at Capacity Dartford. With only one action point required highlighted by our external auditors HSE Advisor, we were able to feedback to the Main Contractor and our own resource that we were maintaining a safe environment and working practice. AAA pride ourselves on continuing to keep up to date with current H&S requirements and maintain our CHAS, Safecontractor and Constructionline accreditations.

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AAA engineers updated with Asbestos Awareness training

Another year gone by and it’s time for our engineers to undertake their annual refreshers on Asbestos Awareness training, making sure they continue to be safe if potentially exposed to asbestos in their working environment.

First few certificates have already come through and they available to download herehere and here, ensuring we are staying Health & Safety compliant for another year from now.

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AAA engineers up-to-date with Manual Handling and Asbestos Awareness training

We are proud to confirm that all our engineers are currently undertaking their annual refreshers on Asbestos Awareness and Manual Handling courses, ensuring they are kept up-to-date with the latest information, but also protected if potentially exposed to asbestos and trained to avoid injuries when lifting or moving objects in their working area.

With some certificates already in hand and available to download here and here, it puts our mind at rest to be Health & Safety compliant for another year.

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