Accreditations - PF Cusack


Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Gold

All of our vehicles and drivers ensure high levels of best practice in safety, efficiency and environmental protection. FORS is the Fleet Operators Recognition Scheme, and it is a voluntary accreditation scheme for vehicles setting out a quality and performance benchmark for commercial vehicle fleet operators.

Considerate Constructors

Construction sites, companies, and suppliers register voluntarily with the scheme and agree to follow the Code of Considerate Practice, and we have done just that. The scheme is intended to encourage best practices above and beyond statutory requirements, thereby raising standards in the construction industry.

The Scheme's Code of Considerate Practice is divided into three sections: respect for the community, care about the environment, and value to employees, and our overall rating is "Very Good."

British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF)

The BSIF is the trade association for the safety industry representing the complete supply chain including manufacturers, importers and distributors of personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety products, through to the test houses, certification bodies and specialist safety service providers.

Through registered safety supplier scheme, BSIF working with its members, is helping to improve standards in the UK market by ensuring that members adhere to the relevant regulations and so continually improve the quality of PPE and safety products in the UK.


We are proud to be a member of Constructionline, a platform that gives businesses of all sizes the ability to source new work, manage their supply chains and mitigate risk in the construction industry. All Constructionline members are validated, thus providing a pool of suppliers that can be confidently engaged with.

Ethical Trading Initiative

The ETI is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers' rights around the globe. Ethical trade means that retailers, brands and their suppliers take responsibility for improving the working conditions of the people who make the products they sell.

Companies with a commitment to ethical trade adopt a code of labour practice that they expect all their suppliers to work towards. Such codes address issues like wages, hours of work, health and safety and the right to join free trade unions.

British Assessment Bureau ISO 9001:2015

The international standard for Quality Management. Companies that have adopted and are accredited to the ISO 9001 standard demonstrate that they are implementing, managing and implementing an effective quality management system enhancing customer satisfaction by meeting our customers’ requirements.

British Assessment Bureau ISO 14001:2015

The international standard for Environmental Management. Companies accredited demonstrate that they have an understanding of their environmental environment and can respond to changing environmental conditions taking into account socio-economic requirements.

British Assessment Bureau ISO 45001:2018

The international standard for Occupational Health and Safety. Companies that are accredited to this standard can demonstrate that they provide a safe and healthy workplace, prevent work-related injury and ill health and are continually improving its occupational Health and Safety Performance.

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