Treelife Receive CHAS Health and Safety Accreditation

We are happy to say Treelife have successfully received CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) Accreditation for 2013. We see this as a key achievement, and this guarantees that we have the necessary proven credentials to work for you safely no matter what size the project is from small pruning jobs to full woodland management projects.

But what does CHAS accreditation really mean to our customers? CHAS is a Government sponsored third party examination of our own Health and Safety procedures. This involves an independent body examining how we prepare our working method statements and risk assessments and that we have procedures in place to ensure the safety of our workforce and the general public. This means you have independent assurance that any work carried out by Treelife on your behalf will be undertaken in a professional safe manner on time and within budget.

For more information see the CHAS website


Posted by Lauran Wise on 21st June 2013 - Write a comment

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