Within the foodservice and catering industry, high standards mean everything. If the end user isn’t happy with the services that being provided, it can have a a negative impact on their kitchen. To make sure that the work we carried out is only to the best, there are multiple agencies and boards out there which moderate all the work that is being done.
One of those boards is the Safety Schemes In Procurement or most commonly known as the SSIP. They are committed to ensuring a reduction in health and safety assessment costs and bureaucracy within the supply chain. This is done by making cross-recognition between member schemes as effective as possible.
They were founded in 2009 following a Government report. SSIP aim to streamline prequalification and encourage straightforward mutual recognition between its Member Schemes.
All assessments completed by the Member Schemes are completed utilising the SSIP Core Criteria which is aligned to the Government-backed construction pre-qualification document PAS 91, ensuring consistency within supply chain management.
NWCE Foodservice Equipment
Here at NWCE, we are proud to work with a whole host of accreditation boards, including most recently the SSIP. We’re also a part of the Gas Safe Register, the Reset Safety Scheme and all of our engineers are F-Gas registered. For more information on our accreditation, please click here.
We work within the full scope of foodservice industry. Our services include servicing and maintaining kitchens, 24 hour breakdown cover and sales and installations. We work with both the public and private sector. Our previous clients include universities, hospitals, and restaurants. More recently we’ve started to work closely with breweries and pubs. All of our engineers here understand the pressure that comes with defected or broken equipment and that’s why we work to the highest quality and quickest standard to make sure that you’re up and running again.
For any more information on the work we carry out, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.