We are CHAS Accredited
Top Job Recruitment are now CHAS accredited.What do you get:
CHAS is an accreditation developed by Build UK, CECA, along with other industry experts. The assessment is a programme which is recognised industry wide, ensuring we comply with Risk Management, Employment Diversity Inclusion, Environmental issues, along with Health and Safety standards.
Fair employment opportunities are vital for ensuring we put the correct individuals into the workplace, dependant on the roles. Candidates that we put in front of you will be suitably competent and qualified with the relevant experience.What does CHAS Mean:
Being CHAS accredited implies that here at Top Job we not only understand, but we highlight 13 key focus areas of health & safety along with risk management. Within our workplace we ensure our employees recognize all Health & Safety measures, along with the awareness of reporting any new risks & hazards.
Showcasing this within our workplace almost guarantee’s that the candidates we put out to work will comply with your standards & requirements.13 Focus areas:01 Identity
General information about your company is used to verify that you’re legally able to operate within the UK. This information includes your company’s name, contact details, registration, company size and address.02 Financial
The Assessment will check that you’ve taken the necessary steps to reduce financial risks, so you will need to answer a few questions about your company’s financial information and provide any required supporting documentation.03 Insurance
Business insurances are not only a legal requirement, but they also cover your business against mistakes, accidents, theft, damage and legal fees. Having the right level of insurance enables your business to keep running - even when things go wrong.04 Corporate and Professional Standing
The Common Assessment Standard will look into your corporate and professional standing with questions relating to criminal activity, corruption, terrorism and human trafficking.05 Health and Safety
A huge amount of importance rests on health and safety during the Common Assessment Standard. You will need to demonstrate that your company has taken steps to protect workers, site visitors and the public from harm.06 Environmental
The Common Assessment Standard will include a set of environmental questions that will ask about whether your company has taken the necessary steps to reduce the environmental impact of projects and meet environmental management standards.07 Quality
Quality assurance can prevent problems from arising and reduce the risks involved in projects, so the Common Assessment Standard will require confirmation that your company meets quality management standards.08 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
The Assessment will ask you to confirm that your company promotes equality and diversity in the workplace and that all people are treated fairly.09 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
The Common Assessment Standard considers how your company impacts society, so you will need to answer a few questions about your CSR policy.10 Information Security
You will need to demonstrate that your company is protecting personal data in line with the GDPR.11 Information Management
Questions about Information Management explore how your company develops, manages and controls design information, if applicable.12 Anti-Bribery and Corruption
The Common Assessment Standard will check that you have implemented procedures to prevent persons within or associated with your organisation from receiving bribes or bribing others.13 Modern Slavery
You will need to confirm that your organisation has taken steps to assess and manage modern slavery and human trafficking risks.