Harding Fire Protection is thrilled to announce our 2017-2018 ContractorCheck Accreditation!
ContractorCheck is an independent third party health and safety pre-qualification accreditation program for contractors.
To achieve Accreditation, the team at Harding Fire Protection passed a complete assessment of Health and Safety policies, procedures, training programs and insurance compliance. When a contractor achieves ContractorCheck Accreditation, it means that their health and safety policies have been reviewed, training practices have been documented and that the contractors have been found to maintain an acceptable level of commitment to health and safety.
Our Accreditation is applicable for work performed in Ontario for the following activities:
Fire Alarm Installation / Maintenance
Fire Protection Equipment Supply / Maintenance / Testing
Fire Sprinkler Systems Installation / Maintenance
Fire Safety Consultants
This esteemed Accreditation is crucial because it provides an additional level of assurance that you are dealing with a competent and safe contractor. In addition, when you work with an accredited contractor like Harding Fire Protection, the overall risk on your sites will be reduced because you can feel confident in their policies and procedures.
It’s not enough to say that we are competent, Harding Fire Protection proves that safety is our top concern as well. Health and safety should be at the forefront of any contractors mind when working in the Fire and Life Safety industry. We take such pride in our policies and how well that our staff exhibit these qualities that we even award our technicians annually to acknowledge their dedication. This year, Matthew Bacon, a sprinkler apprentice was the SAFETY FIRST award winner! This award recognizes Mat because he is proactive in making sure that our technicians have a safer work environment. He has been integral in forming the Health and Safety program at Harding Fire Protection.
To learn more about ContractorCheck, you can check the program out here: ContractorCheck