SSIP Accreditation Help
Becoming Safety Schemes In Procurement (SSIP) qualified can save you from having to pay multiple fees for numerous courses, as by passing the assessment you have satisfied the requirements for all SSIP member schemes.
Being a SSIP member allows your business to demonstrate appropriate levels of health and safety management, meaning you're more likely to win bigger contracts and thrive.
Other Health & Safety Accreditations
SSIP isn't the only health and safety accreditation available; ConstructionLine, CHAS, SMAS and SafeContractor are equally popular.
The CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) Accreditation Scheme is to simplify the contractor assessment and pre-qualification process, with CHAS being one of the founding members of SSIP.
SafeContractor is well established within the construction industry, providing a benchmark health and safety standard against which Contractors Health and Safety Arrangements and Provisions are reviewed.
SMAS, or Safety Management Advisory Service, is a popular and well-recognised SSIP which demonstrates that a contractor has met the core criteria in their health and safety assessment.
Being ConstructionLine accredited means that your business has met the health and safety standards as set by of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.