Part F (Ventilation) - the Building Regulation that provides guidance on indoor air quality.
So, should your project require compliance here, working with us eliminates the need for local authority inspections - saving you time and money.
But that’s not the only benefit. To be awarded certification, a business must pass a rigorous inspection process, giving your greater confidence in our professional standards.
BESCA Competent Person Scheme Requirements
Inspections are carried out to assess both technical and commercial standards. Technical standards are demonstrated through a site visit - showing examples of work completed no more than six months prior - whilst commercial standards are assessed through an office inspection. This is where our working practices, customer service, skills and qualifications come under scrutiny. Criteria we are measured against covers:
- Financial standing
- Customer relations
- Managing complaints
- Warranty provisions
- Managing health and safety
- Environmental management
- Employment standards
- Investing in the workforce
- Relationships with subcontractors
To be recertified, a business is inspected again 12 months into its membership and designated a ‘risk rating’. This determines the frequency with which it is audited to ensure it continues to meet BESCA’s exacting standards.
So, all in all, our status as part of the BESCA Competent Person Scheme is there to give you every confidence in us as a business, and every confidence that the services we provide are designed with your best interests in mind.
If you’d like to know more about BESCA and its Competent Person Scheme you can do so here.