What Is Third Party Accreditation?

Third party accreditation is held by select contractors who have undergone additional audits and quality control process in order to achieve a higher level of performance certification for their business. Third party accreditation in the Passive fire protection industry can be provided by multiple assessment bodies of which IFC, BM Trada and FIRAS are the most commonplace.

Audit Process & Compliance

Audit Process & Compliance

Adaston are an accredited member of IFC and as such have undergone stringent audits and assessments of all aspects of our business. To achieve initial qualification we underwent a three stage audit process:

  1. Assessment of Office management.
  2. Assessment of workmanship on live project sites.
  3. Competence assessment of supervisory and installation employees.

Following this IFC then undertake annual audits and reviews of our office processes as well as random ad hoc inspections of our site installation teams to ensure at all times the stringent requirements of our accreditation are met across our business nationwide.

Why Choose Third Party Accredited Contractors?

Why Choose Third Party Accredited Contractors?

Although third party accreditations in the passive fire protection industry are voluntary, and thus not a legal requirement, we at Adaston strongly recommend the use of accredited contractors for all works concerning passive fire protection, whether surveying, installation, or remediation and repair. This is due to the fact that without an accreditation, no safeguards are in place to ensure the quality of outputs of the contractor. A fully third party accredited and qualified contractor such as Adaston is the only way to guarantee quality installations and advice at industry leading standards.

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