Interiors Incorporated Ltd are approved contractors under the NICEIC:
Customers of registered contractors will enjoy the following benefits:
Confidence that the work is performed by competent contractors and that it complies with the relevant safety standards.
Knowledge that the contractor holds adequate insurance and that essential documentation, training, technical capability and equipment is maintained and up-to-date.
Peace of mind, as NICEIC has an independent Complaints Procedure and Insurance Backed Warranty Scheme if any problems should arise.
Interiors Incorporated Ltd are approved contractors under SAFEcontractor:
SAFEcontractor is the fastest growing health and safety accreditation scheme in the UK, with more than 160 major clients and almost 18,000 contractor members.
Registered members with the SAFEcontractor scheme include clients and contractors from a wide range of professional disciplines working within a number of industry sectors.
With its increasing membership and growing profile in the UK, the SAFEcontractor scheme is now used by many large organisations as a way of obtaining competent contractors.
Interiors Incorporated Ltd are a registered Upper Tier Waste Carrier:
Waste carrier, broker and dealer registration
From 29 March 2011, new regulations introduced a two-tier registration system for waste carriers, brokers and dealers. Waste carriers transport controlled waste as part of their business. Waste brokers arrange for other businesses' controlled waste to be handled, transported, disposed of or recovered. Waste dealers use an agent to buy waste from other businesses to sell it on.
Controlled waste includes commercial, industrial and household waste, as well as hazardous waste.
Upper tier registration
You must usually register as an upper tier waste carrier, broker or dealer with the Environment Agency if you plan to transport controlled waste, or arrange for other businesses' controlled waste to be handled, transported, disposed of or recovered.
If you do not register and you carry waste, you could be prosecuted, unless you are exempt.
You must also usually register in the upper tier if you want to transport your own building or demolition waste.