SSIP Application support Services

SSIP

Hawksafe can provide expert support and guidance for SSIP applications assisting in the creation of implementation of the required documents and procedures. 

As part of the SSIP accreditation process you will be required to provide various documents. The availability, quality and content of these documents can affect the progress and acceptance of SSIP applications.

Standard Documents required for all applications
Health and Safety Policy
Signed Health and Safety Policy Statement
Health and Safety arrangements
Retention Certificate/Contract from your competent H&S providers (If not in house)
Insurance certificates
Individual and Company qualifications and experience records (Training matrix)
Evidence of monitoring, Auditing and review H&S
Evidence of how the company remains up to date with H&S e.g. H&S newsletters
Evidence of workforce involvement
Accident and incident procedures
Risk Assessments/Method statement
COSHH Assessments
Fire Risk Assessment
Portable appliance testing certification

Additional documents required for Construction applications
Construction phase plan
Site Inspection report
Evidence Toolbox Talks
Risk Assessments/Method statements
Evidence of construction competency cards e.g. CSCS, CPCS, JIB

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.

All assessments completed by Member Schemes are completed utilising the SSIP Core Criteria which is aligned to the Government-backed construction pre-qualification document PAS 91, ensuring consistency within supply chain management.

Acclaim
ACDC
Achilles
Altius
Avettaa
Chas
Constructionline
SafeCert
SafeContractor
SMAS

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