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BBA Signs Trading Standards TrustMark Inspection Contract

Martyn Reed, Operations Director at the BBA, signs the agreement with Hertfordshire Trading Standards

The BBA is proud to announce that it has signed an agreement with Hertfordshire Trading Standards to inspect their TrustMark approved building tradesmen. The contract signing took place at the BBA offices in Watford on the 28th September 2011.

The BBA has been involved with the government licensed TrustMark scheme since its inception and is a Scheme Operator. It also provides inspection services for a number of other Scheme Operators.

TrustMark registered firms are measured against a code of practise and set of standards relevant to their area of work. These government endorsed standards are written by a Trustmark registered Scheme Operator and BBA inspectors will audit firms to ensure they are performing to these agreed guidelines.

Guy Pratt, Assistant Director Community Protection commented: “The decision Of Hertfordshire Trading Standards to work with the BBA was taken because their staff are impartial, accredited by UKAS to ISO17020 and have many years of inspection experience within the building trade. I would happily recommend the BBA’s inspection service to other trading standard locations that participate in the TrustMark scheme.”

For further information on this service please e-mail trustmark@bba.star.co.uk or call 01923 665 300.

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The BBA is a highly respected independent UK certification body providing assessments of construction products and systems, and approval of installers. Since 1966, the BBA has developed testing, inspection and certification services to help manufacturers and installers achieve excellence and provide reassurance to the industry. Carried out by teams with detailed technical knowledge and experience, BBA certification and inspection services are recognised by building control, local authorities, specifiers, industry insurers and the key construction trade associations in the UK.

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