Our Certifications and Accreditations.

There are many things to consider when choosing a mechanical services partner, including a reputation for honest, safe, reliable work and the ability to communicate clearly. Whether you have experience hiring contractors at various sites or are embarking on your first HVAC installation, you should be confident the company you choose will deliver on what they state and keep you informed throughout the project.

Professional qualifications are also vitally important, and sometimes legally required. HVAC projects require specialist training and experience, and these certifications provide the proof you need that your design and installation team are qualified to do the job.

Below you will find a selection of our accreditations and certifications held by our business and our in-house team of engineers. For more information on any of these, or to discuss the certifications and accreditations needed to deliver your commercial HVAC installation, contact our team today.

ISO Certification.

An ISO certification is awarded when a company achieves a seal of approval from a third-party body that a company runs to one of the international standards developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

The ISO are an independent, non-governmental international organization who brings together experts to share knowledge and develop international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.

There are various types of ISO certifications all serving a different purpose. ISO certification shows your key stakeholders that you have a well-run business that has structure, is stable and ready for growth. At Mid-Tech, we were recommended for the renewal and migration of three ISO accreditations, including:

  • ISO 9001:2015 – this certification is given to organisations who have a quality management system in place. This allows them to supply products and services which meet standard’s requirements and comply with current regulations.
  • ISO 14001:2015 – this certification is given to organisations who set up, improve, or maintain an environmental management system.
  • ISO 45001:2018 – this certification is given to organisations meeting the standard’s occupational health and safety management criteria.

Attaining ISO accreditation is very important for any HVAC specialist, demonstrating their ability to deliver quality HVAC services, meeting the criteria of the standards.

Common benefits across all ISO standards include:

  • Increased efficiency
  • Reduced costs
  • Improved customer satisfaction
  • More engaged employees
  • Reduced risks
  • Reduced insurance premiums
  • Helps with tendering

By maintaining an ISO certification, Mid-Tech Services are showing our commitment to achieving our objectives and increasing the credibility and customer confidence in our services.

An ISO certification is awarded when a company achieves a seal of approval from a third-party body that a company runs to one of the international standards developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

The ISO are an independent, non-governmental international organization who brings together experts to share knowledge and develop international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.

There are various types of ISO certifications all serving a different purpose. ISO certification shows your key stakeholders that you have a well-run business that has structure, is stable and ready for growth. At Mid-Tech, we were recommended for the renewal and migration of three ISO accreditations, including:

  • ISO 9001:2015 – this certification is given to organisations who have a quality management system in place. This allows them to supply products and services which meet standard’s requirements and comply with current regulations.
  • ISO 14001:2015 – this certification is given to organisations who set up, improve, or maintain an environmental management system.
  • ISO 45001:2018 – this certification is given to organisations meeting the standard’s occupational health and safety management criteria.

Attaining ISO accreditation is very important for any HVAC specialist, demonstrating their ability to deliver quality HVAC services, meeting the criteria of the standards.

Common benefits across all ISO standards include:

  • Increased efficiency
  • Reduced costs
  • Improved customer satisfaction
  • More engaged employees
  • Reduced risks
  • Reduced insurance premiums
  • Helps with tendering

By maintaining an ISO certification, Mid-Tech Services are showing our commitment to achieving our objectives and increasing the credibility and customer confidence in our services.

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ISO 45001:2018

CHAS.

CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is a type of accreditation that proves a business’s health and safety processes meet excellent standards. Qualified health and safety professionals carry out CHAS assessments of a business’s documentation, without visiting their site, to confirm they’re fulfilling everything required by law.

The CHAS website also explains that they are “an authority and trusted advisor on health and safety compliance, responsible for setting industry benchmarks and providing the new Common Assessment Standards”. Working in partnership with leading industry bodies and independent organisations, they provide clients and contractors alike with a single solution for accreditation, risk assessment, supply chain management and industry training.

Being one of the founders of SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) highlights just how committed they are to best practices and their authority as an industry expert. As a contractor receiving accreditation from CHAS, provides benefits in various ways:

  • Shows we’re trustworthy and committed.
  • Helps us gain work opportunities with Local Authorities.
  • Improves work prospects.
  • Creates evidence of health and safety compliance.
  • Can help us to acquire further accreditation.
  • Proves we’re compliant in other areas.
  • Peace of mind for our clients

By maintaining a CHAS accreditation, Mid-Tech are able to display a full compliance in wide range of areas, once again increasing our credibility and putting our clients at the forefront of everything we do.

You can read more about the CHAS certification on the CHAS website.

CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is a type of accreditation that proves a business’s health and safety processes meet excellent standards. Qualified health and safety professionals carry out CHAS assessments of a business’s documentation, without visiting their site, to confirm they’re fulfilling everything required by law.

The CHAS website also explains that they are “an authority and trusted advisor on health and safety compliance, responsible for setting industry benchmarks and providing the new Common Assessment Standards”. Working in partnership with leading industry bodies and independent organisations, they provide clients and contractors alike with a single solution for accreditation, risk assessment, supply chain management and industry training.

Being one of the founders of SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) highlights just how committed they are to best practices and their authority as an industry expert. As a contractor receiving accreditation from CHAS, provides benefits in various ways:

  • Shows we’re trustworthy and committed.
  • Helps us gain work opportunities with Local Authorities.
  • Improves work prospects.
  • Creates evidence of health and safety compliance.
  • Can help us to acquire further accreditation.
  • Proves we’re compliant in other areas.
  • Peace of mind for our clients

By maintaining a CHAS accreditation, Mid-Tech are able to display a full compliance in wide range of areas, once again increasing our credibility and putting our clients at the forefront of everything we do.

You can read more about the CHAS certification on the CHAS website.

SafeContractor.

In a similar fashion to CHAS, SafeContractor is a scheme which evidences to potential customers that you meet specific standards of health and safety. SafeContractor is the UK’s leading health and safety assessment scheme. It enables contractors to demonstrate that their health and safety responsibilities are a top priority.

Again, as one of the founders of the Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) they believe in building a better working world for everyone, so our clients (you) can be confident about us and reduce risk in the supply chain. As a contractor receiving accreditation from SafeContractor, this provides various benefits such as:

  • Display your compliance with health and safety law to the customers.
  • Save time and money.
  • Peace of mind.
  • Bigger, better, and stronger contracts.
  • Improvement in productivity.
  • Reduced risk, improved safety.

By maintaining a SafeContractor accreditation, it makes us take a look at our health and safety practices so we can iron out any H&S niggles. Plus, as we begin to standardise processes, it can help to improve communication and standards throughout the business and with you, the client.

You can read more about the SafeContractor certification on their website.

In a similar fashion to CHAS, SafeContractor is a scheme which evidences to potential customers that you meet specific standards of health and safety. SafeContractor is the UK’s leading health and safety assessment scheme. It enables contractors to demonstrate that their health and safety responsibilities are a top priority.

Again, as one of the founders of the Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) they believe in building a better working world for everyone, so our clients (you) can be confident about us and reduce risk in the supply chain. As a contractor receiving accreditation from SafeContractor, this provides various benefits such as:

  • Display your compliance with health and safety law to the customers.
  • Save time and money.
  • Peace of mind.
  • Bigger, better, and stronger contracts.
  • Improvement in productivity.
  • Reduced risk, improved safety.

By maintaining a SafeContractor accreditation, it makes us take a look at our health and safety practices so we can iron out any H&S niggles. Plus, as we begin to standardise processes, it can help to improve communication and standards throughout the business and with you, the client.

You can read more about the SafeContractor certification on their website.

F-Gas.

The gas and refrigerant industries have undergone several changes in recent years, meaning that it’s now illegal to operate without the relevant registrations. Complying with the F-Gas company certificate rules is non-negotiable for businesses like us.

The F-Gas Company Certificate is an accreditation that all businesses that ‘install, maintain or service stationary refrigeration, air-conditioning and/or heat pump equipment containing or designed to contain F-Gas refrigerants’ must have by law. Since 2009 it has been a legal requirement for all companies as described above to have this accreditation, and since July 2011 it’s been law that all companies must also hold a Company Certificate.

This certificate is issued to firms employing certified staff in sufficient numbers to cover the volume of activity envisaged and having the facilities, equipment, tools, and procedures required to carry out the activity.

Simply put, it provides our engineers with the correct assets to complete the job for you, safely! Understanding how to work with gas and refrigerants is vital and can be the difference between life and death.

You can read more about the F-Gas certification on their website.

The gas and refrigerant industries have undergone several changes in recent years, meaning that it’s now illegal to operate without the relevant registrations. Complying with the F-Gas company certificate rules is non-negotiable for businesses like us.

The F-Gas Company Certificate is an accreditation that all businesses that ‘install, maintain or service stationary refrigeration, air-conditioning and/or heat pump equipment containing or designed to contain F-Gas refrigerants’ must have by law. Since 2009 it has been a legal requirement for all companies as described above to have this accreditation, and since July 2011 it’s been law that all companies must also hold a Company Certificate.

This certificate is issued to firms employing certified staff in sufficient numbers to cover the volume of activity envisaged and having the facilities, equipment, tools, and procedures required to carry out the activity.

Simply put, it provides our engineers with the correct assets to complete the job for you, safely! Understanding how to work with gas and refrigerants is vital and can be the difference between life and death.

You can read more about the F-Gas certification on their website.

Gas Safe.

When it comes to the installation, repair and maintenance of gas appliances and pipework, it’s crucial that the work is completed by a skilled, experienced, and approved engineer. It has been reported that more than one million homes in the UK are put at risk each year by illegal gas fitters carrying out unsafe work.

According to the Gas Safe Register, the UK’s official gas registration body, one in five gas appliances were so dangerous that they needed to be disconnected immediately. By law all gas businesses must be on the Gas Safe Register.

A gas engineer can only be aligned to a registered business and be issued with a license to undertake gas work on behalf of a registered business if they hold a valid and current qualification. This evidence of competence relates only to matters of gas safety and is obtained by every engineer through a recognised route of training and assessment.

Registration is only given on the basis of the business having at least one gas safety qualified engineer, which all of our engineers are! The body is also responsible for investigating any reports of illegal or unsafe gas work, before passing their findings on to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

As a contractor receiving accreditation from Gas Safe, this will benefit work in various ways:

  • Technical support
  • Business visibility
  • Customer safety
  • Quick and easy notification system

You can read more about the Gas Safe certification on their website.

When it comes to the installation, repair and maintenance of gas appliances and pipework, it’s crucial that the work is completed by a skilled, experienced, and approved engineer. It has been reported that more than one million homes in the UK are put at risk each year by illegal gas fitters carrying out unsafe work.

According to the Gas Safe Register, the UK’s official gas registration body, one in five gas appliances were so dangerous that they needed to be disconnected immediately. By law all gas businesses must be on the Gas Safe Register.

A gas engineer can only be aligned to a registered business and be issued with a license to undertake gas work on behalf of a registered business if they hold a valid and current qualification. This evidence of competence relates only to matters of gas safety and is obtained by every engineer through a recognised route of training and assessment.

Registration is only given on the basis of the business having at least one gas safety qualified engineer, which all of our engineers are! The body is also responsible for investigating any reports of illegal or unsafe gas work, before passing their findings on to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

As a contractor receiving accreditation from Gas Safe, this will benefit work in various ways:

  • Technical support
  • Business visibility
  • Customer safety
  • Quick and easy notification system

You can read more about the Gas Safe certification on their website.

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