At TPI Taping and Jointing we strive to achieve accreditations keeping health and safety and quality workmanship as a priority. With our SSIP CHAS health and safety accreditation renewed and applied for every 12 months and our FIS accreditations under regular review and audits.


Since 1997, CHAS have been helping to improve health and safety standards across the UK and safeguard organisations from risk.

We work in partnership with leading industry bodies and independent organisations to provide clients and contractors alike with a single solution for accreditation, risk assessment, supply chain management and industry training.

CHAS is an authority and trusted advisor on health and safety compliance, responsible for setting industry benchmarks and providing the new Common Assessment Standards.

Our aim is simple:

  • To standardise and simplify health and safety assessment for contractors
  • To support organisations in efficiently managing their supply chains
  • To deliver a full suite of supply chain management tools.

FIS Finishes and Interiors Sector

FIS membership is not automatic on application, full membership is subject to strict vetting procedures and only open to contractors and suppliers involved in commercial interior fit-out and building finishes.

On being accepted into the Association, all members agree to subscribe to and abide by the terms of the FIS Code of Conduct which establishes a minimum standard of conduct for members in order to raise and maintain industry standards. Members are vetted on application (for contractors this includes a physical audit of a construction site) and at regular intervals throughout their membership.

The FIS code of conduct requires members:

  • To conduct business in a manner that will reflect credit on the Association, the industry and themselves.
  • To adopt and commit to the principles and practices laid down by FIS.
  • To act with integrity towards others and exercise high standards of business practice and workmanship.
  • To be committed to training its workforce.
  • To ensure that they are conversant with and adhere to the relevant current British, European and International Standards and other relevant technical standards, regulations and practices.
  • In so far as they are able, to ensure that their products or systems are tested and/or comply with the recognised standards specified by the client or statutory authorities.
  • Not knowingly mislead others by fact or implication as to the performance of their products or systems.
  • To hold required levels of statutory or appropriate insurance.
  • To operate an effective health and safety policy and have a current health and safety policy statement.
  • To keep records of all RIDDOR reportable accidents and provide annual accident statistics to FIS.
  • To have and implement an appropriate environmental policy statement.
  • To display wherever practical the FIS Accredited Member Logo or FIS Associate Member Logo (as applicable) on its premises, website, business stationery and brochures and make this Code of Practice available for inspection.

Construction Line

Constructionline provides procurement and supply chain management services, helping buyers source suppliers.

In order to become a member of Constructionline, contractors must first go through a vetting process. This involves providing evidence that they meet all the required standards for health and safety, equal opportunities, environmental management, quality management, and modern slavery act adherence.

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