ISO 9001 was first introduced in 1987 and requires organisations to demostrate that they do what they say they do, and they have a quality management system in place to ensure consistency and improvement, leading to high levels of performance and customer satisfaction. Certified organisations are committed to continuous improvement and are assessed to ensure progress is being maintained.
Buy With Confidence is run through the cooperation of a number of Trading Standards Services. We consider that Trading Standards has the right expertise and motivation to offer a scheme which offers genuine benefits to consumers and businesses. Accordingly, the Buy With Confidence scheme is administered by local authority Trading Standards Services directly, and is not outsourced. In order to become a Buy With Confidence member, a business must first apply or be recommended to join the scheme and must then pass a set of tailored background checks. Membership of the scheme is not given lightly – amongst other checks, each applicant will have their complaints history reviewed and will receive an onsite audit from Trading Standards. Good references are required from previous customers and applicants must agree to abide by the scheme’s code of conduct, which requires them to follow the letter and spirit of the law. Criminal records basic disclosure may also be required in some circumstances.
The National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU) are an organisation recognised by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) and The Police across the U.K. Our aims are to comply and adhere to BS 8517-1:2016 Certified Security dogs (Code of practice for the use of general purpose security dogs). SecureSites Troon Ltd hold an associate company membership status with NASDU and we embed the aims and objectives set out by NASDU into our services to consistently provide the highest quality.
Securesites Troon Ltd are members of the Contractors Health and Safety (CHAS) Assessment Scheme. As a supplier we have demonstrated that we are compliant with important parts of health & safety law. CHAS assesses their members’ Health & Safety Policy Statement, our organisation for health and safety, and our specific health and safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to CHAS buyers
As experts in business, we offer our members a wide range of vital business services including advice, financial expertise, support and a powerful voice in government. Our mission is to help smaller businesses achieve their ambitions. We are a not-for-profit organisation, led by a team of our members, which exists to serve the small business community across the UK.
The Information Commissioner is an independent official appointed by the Crown. The Commissioner's decisions are subject to appeal to an independent tribunal and the courts. The Commissioner's mission is to "uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals".
SSIP is actively reducing health and safety assessment costs and bureaucracy in the supply chain, by making cross-recognition between member schemes as effective as possible and highlighting the savings to buyers and suppliers. All SSIP member schemes have fully committed to the vision of driving unnecessary cost and confusion out of supplier health and safety assessment, and SSIP's core philosophy is to enable effective cross-recognition between existing schemes.