We have a wide range of quality, health and safety and environmental plant hire accreditations. We’re also always actively seeking new certifications and external assessments of our operations.
Our Plant Hire accreditations currently span:
Building Confidence is a collaborative supply chain accreditation standard designed for the construction industry. It provides an effective solution for managing supply chain risk in the areas of safety, sustainability, CSR, quality and financial stability.
The BSI is the UK’s national standards organisation. Its role is to produce and publish British Standards and information that promote and share best practice.
CLOCS brings the construction logistics industry together to revolutionise the management of work-related road risk and ensure a road safety culture is embedded across the industry.
Constructing Better Health is responsible for delivering the national scheme for the management of occupational health within the construction industry. It focuses on the following five key areas:
CIRAS captures health, safety, security and environmental concerns raised by individual workers, whilst seeking to facilitate a constructive response from the companies concerned.
The Scheme is concerned about any area of construction activity that may have a direct or indirect impact on the image of the industry as a whole. The main areas of concern fall into three categories: the general public, the workforce and the environment.
Constructionline collects, verifies and monitors standard company information through a question set that is aligned to PAS 91 and offers a range of allied services and opportunities, all designed to assist companies in their day-to-day activities
The Construction Plant Hire Association membership comprises in excess of 1,500 companies, who jointly represent over 90% (by turnover) of all UK construction plant hire. As well as the reassurance that membership gives to our clients, the expert guidance we receive from the CPA helps our company to evolve, improve standards and make sure we remain an industry leader.
The Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS) is the largest and most highly-recognised card scheme for Plant Operators. It helps to prove workers’ operating skills and health and safety awareness. All of Lynch’s Operators carry a CPCS card. This reaffirms their work is up-to-standard, which saves time and money unaccredited Operators often incur.
The Freight Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a membership scheme that aims to improve freight delivery in London. To gain membership organisations need to show they have the management systems, policies and procedures in place to meet the standards set out in the FORS specification. The specification covers standards on:
These are checked during a formal company assessment carried out by an independent FORS assessor.
Logistics UK (formerly FTA) is one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents the transport interests of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air. Logistics UK has been supporting the interests of the transport industry since 1889. As well as the assurance that being a member of Logistics UK gives to our clients, Logistics UK keeps us informed of industry developments and enables us to maintain compliance.
RISQS is the UK rail industry supplier qualification scheme, providing a single common registration qualification and audit process for suppliers, which is shared by the UK rail industry.
SSIP was founded in May 2009 following the Government report on Accelerating the SME economic engine: through transparent, simple and strategic procurement. Supported by the HSE SSIP aims to streamline prequalification and encourage straightforward mutual recognition between its Member Schemes.
A global certification body. This body helps its clients improve standards.
Building Equality is an alliance of construction consultants, engineers, developers, contractors, and institutions who are passionate about working together and harnessing our collective power to drive LGBTQ+ inclusion in the construction, engineering and built environment industry. They have presence across the UK, with 60+ organisations from the industry regularly participating in joint initiatives to support LGBTQ+ inclusion. The vision is to have a construction industry that is wholly welcoming, inclusive and supportive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender + other related communities.