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Memberships & accreditations

We are members of many professional organisations and trade bodies relating to energy & carbon management and accredited by numerous complementary associations in support of our high standards.

We follow best practice protocols in the delivery of services to clients, including the highest standards of health and safety. Below are some of the accreditations we have achieved and the various bodies Sustain and our staff are associated with.

We are a member of the Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) having demonstrated compliance with, and sound management of, current health & safety legislation.

Our accreditation by Achilles supplier management service demonstrates our excellent health & safety, quality and environmental management standards.

Our accreditation by SafeContractor demonstrates our commitment to reducing risk and operating under recognised, high health & safety standards.

We are ISO14001:2004 accredited which means we conform with the BSI Standard regulations and maintain our target to reduce our carbon per capita impacts by 4% year on year from our baseline set in 2008/09.

Our ISO9001 accredited Quality Management System ensures we deliver projects to clients which address their needs and continually improve the methods through which we communicate with them.

Constructionline is a provider of procurement and supply chain management services, making contracting simpler and helping customers achieve more.

Many of our staff are members of The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), a global network of first class information, education and expertise in the field of building services engineering.

Low Carbon South West is a membership organisation promoting the growth of the environmental sector and low carbon industries in the South and West of England.

The National Insulation Association is the leading trade association in the UK for insulation and is fully committed to maintaining and raising standards within the industry.