Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, stockist or retailer in the chemicals industry, you’ll have noticed that clients and customers are expecting more.

More environmental awareness. More quality control. More accountability concerning your supply chain.

Our services and certifications can help you carry out the contracts you have – and attract new ones.

Demonstrate your knowledge of widely accepted standards for good practice, and increase your chances where bidding for international contracts.

What types of certification are relevant to me?

Are you involved in manufacture of pharmaceuticals? Make sure that your policies for manufacture include meeting quality standards for food safety:

Are you involved in manufacture of vitamins? Prove that you have identified pre-requisite programmes (PRPs) for food safety for your sector of food production, to ensure food safety right through the supply chain:

Whether your staff are retail-based – or in the lab – maintaining safety standards means looking after their wellbeing, and that of customers, as well as safeguarding your processes.

Make sure your policies cover the range of environments you operate in:

Clients and customers are increasingly querying the health impacts of chemicals – in agriculture, in food technology, in manufacture etc. Find out how to manage the environmental impact of your business:

Interested in reduce your energy usages and costs associated with that? New certification is coming in regarding energy management – find out more here:

Good research and development work relies on good systems, increasingly online too. What would happen to your business if your computer systems were compromised?

To improve the wider working practices in your company, and to demonstrate to clients the quality of your work:

If your supply chain includes trading in materials or services from providers around the globe, or if working internationally, assess your shared working practices with current and potential partners: