We proudly showcase our accreditations to demonstrate that you work with a professional, safe, trustworthy home heating services company.
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Worcester Bosch accredited installers
This accreditation is awarded directly by Worcester Bosch themselves and shows they recognise the high standards of work we complete. This accreditation is only awarded to certain boiler installation companies.
To help you understand further what this accreditation means, we have put together some content on what this accreditation is, and the benefits of choosing a Worcester Bosch accredited installer to carry out your new boiler installation, servicing or repair work.
What is a Worcester Bosch accredited installer?
A Worcester Bosch accredited installer (also known as a WAI) is an independent boiler installation company that Worcester Bosch has recognised due to their high-quality workmanship.
All Worcester Bosch accredited installers must undertake extensive training at Worcester Bosch headquarters in Worcester. In addition, Worcester Bosch entrusts the companies selected for the scheme to carry out new boiler installations to the highest level.
There are rigorous standards that boiler installation companies must adhere to be allowed onto the scheme, including Gas Safe and OFTEC, and they must complete a logic training course to be allowed on.
Gas Safe Registered
Gas Safe is the official regulatory body for gas safety in the UK. All gas engineers must be registered with the Gas Safe Register to work legally on gas appliances.
It is essential to ensure that any engineer working on your gas appliances is Gas Safe registered to ensure your safety from potential gas leaks and other gas-related dangers. Gas Safe registered engineers are trained and qualified to work on gas appliances and are legally accountable for their work.
OFTEC (Oil Firing Technical Association) is a UK-based trade association that provides certification and support to oil heating engineers. They are an independent, not-for-profit organisation that works to ensure safe, efficient and environmentally responsible oil firing.
Ensuring that your engineer is OFTEC registered when working on your oil appliance at home or business is essential because your engineer is fully qualified and experienced to work with oil heating systems.
This means they will be able to carry out the job safely and to the highest standards. OFTEC also requires their registered engineers to follow strict codes of conduct, so you can be sure they will be respectful and considerate when in your home.
Constructionline is the UK’s leading procurement and supply chain management service for the construction and infrastructure industries. It is a government-owned company owned by the Cabinet Office that helps public and private buyers find, assess and manage suppliers.
It also helps large and small suppliers connect with buyers and comply with pre-qualification requirements. Constructionline is the UK’s leading pre-qualification database that thousands of buyers and suppliers use daily.
CHAS approved contractor
CHAS (the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is an accreditation scheme that assesses a contractor’s health and safety competence. Contractors must demonstrate that they have suitable and sufficient health and safety policies, procedures and documentation to comply with current health and safety legislation.
They must also have appropriate training and resources to ensure the work is carried out safely. Having CHAS approval indicates that a contractor can carry out their work safely and responsibly.
SMAS Worksafe consultant
A SMAS Worksafe Consultant is a professional who advises and assists businesses on health and safety compliance. They advise on health and safety legislation, risk assessments, control measures, policies and procedures, and other related topics. They are qualified to identify and assess risks and provide guidance on managing them.