Elvanite Limited is committed to driving out acts of modern day slavery and human trafficking within its business and that from within its supply chains, including sub-contractors, and partners. The company will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery or human trafficking.
Our quality system is registered to BS EN ISO 9001:2008 through independent assessment by an accredited certification body. The quality management system is regularly reviewed and improved so that our clients may be assured of satisfaction. The system incorporates a strategy for achieving customer satisfaction, a ‘right first time’ approach, achieving a reduction in non-conformances, providing training to all our staff in the implantation of quality management and to ensure the company’s continuous improvement in subsequent years.
The environment management system is registered to BS EN ISO 14001:2004 through independent assessment by an accredited certification body. The company is committed to supporting and contributing to initiatives which reduce the effects the construction process have on the environment. The policy recognises the need for control and continuous improvement in environmental performance.
If you require further details on our management systems please do not hesitate to contact the office and we will be happy to supply this information.
Elvanite Ltd are members of The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) which allows our customers to review our Health and Safety policies giving them complete peace of mind. Each month thousands of contractors and consultants (suppliers) apply for work with public and private sector organisations (buyers). To win work, they must meet the buyer’s Health and Safety standards. Assessing supplier’s Health and Safety competence is usually a lengthy and time consuming process. Suppliers can sometimes meet one buyer’s Health and Safety standards but not another. Being CHAS approved reduces duplication as suppliers compliance is accepted by all CHAS buyers.
CHAS assesses applicants:
Health and Safety policy statement.
Their organisation for Health and Safety.
Their specific Health and Safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to our buyers and to others.
HSE actively supports the work of Safety Schemes in Procurement Forum (SSIP Forum), and the arrangements put in place by the member schemes of the forum to achieve mutual recognition in relation to stage 1 of the Core Criteria established in the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) for the Construction (Design and Management) (CDM) Regulations 2007. These arrangements are based on the Core Criteria in Appendix 4 of the ACoP. Mutual recognition by the schemes is closely based on proposals suggested by independent research funded by HSE. HSE recognises that an accreditation assessment carried out by any of the member schemes satisfies the requirements of the Core Criteria. Any client wishing to procure the services of a business which has achieved accreditation can be confident that a reasonable and robust judgement has been made that the standard for competency in CDM 2007 have been met, for the first stage of procurement.