Quality Management System
Certification of a Quality Management System demonstrates consideration of the internal systems and processes of a company and measures their performance in delivering products or services to an agreed standard. Third party certification is an independent review of the declared scope of activities leading to improved processes and increased consumer confidence.
COMPCO’s Quality System, accredited to ISO 9001 by the Loss Prevention Certification Board, will reassure you that you have the right system for your needs.
Design and installation certification
Automatic sprinklers are installed in a wide range of premises to safeguard life, property and the environment. Equipment designs and system configurations are continuously evolving. In order to ensure adequate protection, sprinkler system installers need an appropriate level of technical competency in both design and installation.
COMPCO is certified to design and install automatic sprinkler systems in line with Loss Prevention Standard (LPS) 1048-1. Our standards meet, and in many cases exceed, all industry requirements.
Safety in the workplace
Safecontractor is an accreditation scheme that assesses the health and safety competency of contractors and service providers. All COMPCO engineers and operatives are registered with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme and undergo a comprehensive safety induction, along with continuing on-site and in-house training.
COMPCO Fire Systems are pre-qualified through Constructionline for contracts and tendering. Constructionline is open to public and private sector organisations and endorsed by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
The British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association
BAFSA’s primary objectives include providing authoritative information on the benefits of sprinkler systems and how sprinklers can play a significant role in saving life and property from the devastating effects of fire. To these ends, BAFSA works closely with the government, fire and rescue service, building control officers, insurers, architects and town planners.