The international standard for health and safety at work developed... by national and international standards committees independent of government. ISO 45001 is issued to protect employees and visitors from work-related accidents and diseases.
JOSCAR – The Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register. This affiliation... lets our defence customers know that we have successfully completed the pre-qualification and compliance audit to supply products and services within their industry (aerospace, defence and security).
The international standard for Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and the... most widely used in the EMS world. A principle management system standard which specifies the requirements for the formation and maintenance of an EMS, helping control environmental aspects, reduce impacts and ensure legal compliance.
Internationally recognised standard for Quality Management System (QMS). It is... the most widely used QMS Standard in the world, providing a framework and setting principles that ensure a common-sense approach to the management of the Company to consistently satisfy customers and other stakeholders. ISO 9001 certification provides the basis for effective processes and effective people to deliver an effective product or service time after time.
BAFE is an independent third party certification organisation for the... fire protection industry. TIS benefits from BAFE certification by showing that we are competent and work to high quality standards on all fire protection systems. TIS are compliant with the requirements of the BAFE adopted scheme SP203-1 for the Design, Installation, Commissioning/Handover and Maintenance of Fire Detection and alarm systems. Audits are carried out through UKAS on an annual basis.
NSI certification provides our customers with the reassurance that we... are a reputable, compliant and trusted contractor and have been independently verified as meeting industry standards. NSI operates a two tier approach to approvals, which allows us to grow and develop our business whilst consistently developing the NSI reassurance to our customers: Silver – designed for ‘Product Certification’ Refers to the ‘Product Certification’ against sector specific standards, e.g. BS7858, BS8243. Gold – builds on product Certification to incorporate Quality Management System Certification. The combination of the Quality Management Systems and the relevant sector specific product or service represents the Gold standard of certification. This level holds the greatest perceived value across industry and by the police, fire and rescue services and insurers. TIS is accredited to NSI NACOSS Gold Scheme in respect of the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Electronic Security Systems including Access Control, CCTV Systems and Intruder Alarms in accordance with the relevant standards. TIS also holds NSI Fire Gold Scheme accreditation to cover the Design, Installation, Commissioning and Handover Verification and Maintenance of Fire Detection and Alarm systems in accordance with the relevant standards (listed on our certificates).
With RISQS Certification, our customers can have confidence that our... systems and resources meet vital safety and performance requirements within the rail industry. TIS are a verified supplier and fully searchable on the RISQS portal. RISQS membership sits alongside our PTS trained, certified and sponsored engineers who have a wealth of experience across a number of light and heavy rail systems.
TIS have been certified as have having the technical capability... to carry out electrical installation work in accordance with the requirements of BS 7671 and are registered for the following schemes. Approved Contractor Scheme, which covers the following: Electricians working on commercial and industrial installations, Electricians working on domestic installations, Electrical installation condition reporting (testing, inspection, PIR’s), Street lighting installers, Security systems installers and any other activity covered by BS 7671.
Cyber Essentials is a government-backed, industry supported scheme to help... organisations protect themselves against common cyber attacks.
Investors in the Environment (iiE) is a national environmental accreditation... scheme. It is designed to help organisations save time and money, reduce their impact on the environment, and get promoted for their green credentials. TIS has been certified with the green award accreditation for our 2% year on year reduction in our carbon footprint. iiE offers TIS continued support and advice on staying ‘green’ and how to maintain being a truly sustainable business.
Safecontractor provides our customers with the reassurance that TIS have... been independently vetted and approved for their supplier list, enabling us to provide safe and sustainable services. Safecontractor membership works in the same format as Constructionline, enabling suppliers who specifically require membership to easily access company information of their members.
Our Gate Safe accreditation provides our clients with the comfort... that we take our installation, service and maintenance of electric gates very seriously. Although legislation exists along with various British Standards, which provide guidelines on the manufacture and installation of electric gates, the interpretation / awareness of this information can lead to confusion. It is also clear that under current guidelines, there is no formal requirement to undertake any specialist training prior to becoming involved in the specification, supply or installation of powered gates and that the sale of such items is not limited to a list of professional registered organisations. TIS are an approved Gate Safe installer and we have therefore completed their training, we have ongoing guidance to the latest guidance and we maintain our membership annually.
ADSA exists to promote the highest standards in automatic doors... and to help specifiers and customers obtain the best solution for their requirements. ADSA first developed the industry code of practice. This covers the safety aspects of automatic doors for pedestrian use. This subsequently formed the basis of BS 7036: 1988, a code of practice for provision and installation of safety devices for automatic, power operated pedestrian door systems.