Our Accreditations

Here at Tank Reline, our culture of achieving the highest levels of compliance and quality standards is well established. To reinforce this culture, we seek accreditations and memberships with various industry recognised bodies to demonstrate these standards, and to ensure we’re always striving to improve. Scroll down to see a selection of the industry bodies by whom we are externally accredited:

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The Legionella Control Association (LCA) was established in 1999 as a code of conduct for those who trade within services related to the control of legionella bacteria in water systems. Membership of the LCA requires organisations to meet nine service standards, as well as being able to demonstrate compliance with a strict set of service delivery standards. Members of the LCA are renowned for their expertise in respect to controlling Legionella in water systems.

What is the Legionella Control Association and what does it mean?

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SafeContractor is acknowledged as one of the leading accreditations in health and safety in the UK. SafeContractor is provided through Alcumus and since its creation in 2003, has allowed members to demonstrate compliance to the highest standards of H&S in the industry. From paperwork to health and safety procedures and training, achieving SafeContractor status demonstrates our levels of competence and compliance in respect to H&S.

What is SafeContractor accreditation and what does it mean?

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What is CHAS Accreditation and what does it mean?

CHAS is an accreditation scheme focused around health and safety, introduced in 1977 for relevant contractors to guarantee compliance within risk management and eliminate risks throughout their supply chains. Known as The Common Assessment Standard, those who possess certification are put through annual assessments to ensure sufficient quality levels in health and safety management are being maintained.

What is a constructionline gold membership and what does it mean?

To achieve Constructionline Gold membership, companies must be able to demonstrate the highest levels of Health & Safety Management, Environmental Management, Equalities and Diversity, and Quality Management, and legislative compliance. Each of these areas are stringently reviewed, ensuring only the highest quality organisations achieve the standard.

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What is the ISO 14001 certification and what does it mean?

ISO 14001 accreditation relates to the implementation of proper environmental management systems (EMS) within business practices. From 1996, this internationally recognised standard was developed for the consideration of sustainable environmental protocols, maintaining legal compliance and reducing impacts on the environment. Members of this certification therefore have systems and procedures that aim to combat the likes of climate change and resource depletion.

What is the ISO 9001 certification and what does it mean?

ISO 9001 is another global standard issued by the International Organization for Standardization. Refined in 2015, ISO 9001 focuses on the creation, implementation and longevity of Quality Management Systems used by companies. Adopting these set principles allows customers to know that quality orientated processes are being put in place and that resources are managed in this manner by all employee's. 

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