Today the Association issued the 1,500th CSCS card under the ARMI Skills Card Scheme.
The Association receives CSCS card applications, for both physical and virtual smartcards, on a daily basis and continues to process the applications in just four working days.
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Issue 104 of the ATaC News magazine includes association and industry news, and an article on ‘what members agree to’.
Also, there is an article on ‘what needs to happen after asbestos removal’, and all scheduled qualification dates are listed for 2019.
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Today in Rayleigh, ATaC is delivering the first day of the RSPH Level 3 Award in Air Monitoring and Clearance Procedures qualification to candidates.
Over four days, the candidates will cover air sampling, fibre counting and the clearance procedure, as well as undertaking full decontamination.
If you would like to gain this qualification, the next available date is the 13th May at our training facility in Burton.
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Following gaining the new ISO9001:2015 last year, the Association was audited last month and retained certification to this standard with no non-conformances identified.
The Association has followed and been annually audited under the ISO9001 quality management system for the last 14 years. The ARCA quality management system (QMS) describes the approach, procedures and processes to be followed in order to demonstrate the Association’s ability to consistently provide quality membership, training and auditing services.
The 2015 version of this standard includes more emphasis on assessing leadership; what are the organisation’s goals and how these will be achieved. Also, there is more emphasis on risk based thinking; ability to look at the bigger picture to see and take action on any risks to the business, as well as opportunities.
The auditor from NQA commented in his report; ‘of note was the extent of planning of the Associations processes as supported by the Strategy Meeting and Work Plan.’
“In February the Association was audited as part of this quality management system to check conformity to the standard. It is testimony to the team here at ARCA that we retained this standard again this year. The team continues to work hard in meeting our mission of delivering the best possible service and support,” commented Steve Sadley, Chief Executive of ARCA.