BSIF MEMBER

BSIF MEMBER

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A&S International undertakes to supply only safety equipment that fully complies with the standards and regulations and claims made relating to those products. Where appropriate, we will maintain up to date technical files and associated documentation to ensure that regulatory compliance information can be supplied upon request.

 

Where products are sourced from external organisations which hold technical files relating to the products being offered, A&S International will request confirmation that these files are current, complete, contain appropriate conformity assessment information and, where relevant, regulatory compliance certificates and will take all necessary steps to confirm the validity of the compliance documentation held by that external supplier in respect of the products being sourced.

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A&S International undertakes to supply only safety equipment that fully complies with the standards and regulations and claims made relating to those products. Where appropriate, we will maintain up to date technical files and associated documentation to ensure that regulatory compliance information can be supplied upon request.

Where products are sourced from external organisations which hold technical files relating to the products being offered, A&S International will request confirmation that these files are current, complete, contain appropriate conformity assessment information and, where relevant, regulatory compliance certificates and will take all necessary steps to confirm the validity of the compliance documentation held by that external supplier in respect of the products being sourced.

Green Award

Green Award

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Green Award is a voluntary quality assessment certification scheme that inspects and certifies ships.

 

A Green Award certificate, which can be obtained by ships that go above and beyond the industry standards in terms of safety, quality and environmental performance, acts as a quality mark and brings benefits to its holders.

 

Its Mission is to identify, recognize and motivate for environmentally responsible shipping through operating a non-profit certification scheme that assesses the safety and environmental performance using criteria in the following areas:

  • Ship lay-out and equipment
  • Quality of the organisation/management
  • Human factor
  • Continuous improvement

 

Green Award incentive providers such as ourselves are ports, shipping organisations & maritime service/products suppliers that want to support and enhance the environmental and safety performance of ships and to promote the highest quality standards. They are socially responsible organisations that invest in the future of the planet & offer various financial and non-financial incentives to Green Award certified ships.

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Green Award is a voluntary quality assessment certification scheme that inspects and certifies ships.

A Green Award certificate, which can be obtained by ships that go above and beyond the industry standards in terms of safety, quality and environmental performance, acts as a quality mark and brings benefits to its holders.

Its Mission is to identify, recognize and motivate for environmentally responsible shipping through operating a non-profit certification scheme that assesses the safety and environmental performance using criteria in the following areas:

  • Ship lay-out and equipment
  • Quality of the organisation/management
  • Human factor
  • Continuous improvement

Green Award incentive providers such as ourselves are ports, shipping organisations & maritime service/products suppliers that want to support and enhance the environmental and safety performance of ships and to promote the highest quality standards. They are socially responsible organisations that invest in the future of the planet & offer various financial and non-financial incentives to Green Award certified ships.

MEMBER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM LUBRICANTS ASSOCIATION

MEMBER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM LUBRICANTS ASSOCIATION

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The UK Lubricants Association (UKLA) was formed in 2005 by a merger between BLF, the long standing UK Lubricants Industry Trade Association and the UK Delegation to UEIL – the European Lubricants Industry Organisation for the sector. UKLA is now the UK Delegation of UEIL.

 

Acknowledged as the lead body by UK government, UKLA has a pro-active policy – a knowledgeable Secretariat and has a wealth of knowledge and experience on technical & regulatory matters – amongst its members and various working groups. UKLA members are provided with services from three sources: – the UKLA Secretariat, the Board of Directors and the Association’s active volunteers.

 

Representing the majority of the UK lubricants industry, the UKLA is actively engaged with other trade associations, such as UEIL, ORA, UKPIA etc. on matters impacting the industry, through participation in consultation, representation and lobbying to UK and European Government and industry authorities.
In addition to their core representation role, they also provide members with industry networking events & knowledge sharing through training and communications on industry developments and legislation.
The UKLA organisation acts as the voice of the UK lubricants industry & we are proud to be a member.

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The UK Lubricants Association (UKLA) was formed in 2005 by a merger between BLF, the long standing UK Lubricants Industry Trade Association and the UK Delegation to UEIL – the European Lubricants Industry Organisation for the sector. UKLA is now the UK Delegation of UEIL.

 

Acknowledged as the lead body by UK government, UKLA has a pro-active policy – a knowledgeable Secretariat and has a wealth of knowledge and experience on technical & regulatory matters – amongst its members and various working groups. UKLA members are provided with services from three sources: – the UKLA Secretariat, the Board of Directors and the Association’s active volunteers.

 

Representing the majority of the UK lubricants industry, the UKLA is actively engaged with other trade associations, such as UEIL, ORA, UKPIA etc. on matters impacting the industry, through participation in consultation, representation and lobbying to UK and European Government and industry authorities.
In addition to their core representation role, they also provide members with industry networking events & knowledge sharing through training and communications on industry developments and legislation.
The UKLA organisation acts as the voice of the UK lubricants industry & we are proud to be a member.

Corporate Member of the UK & Ireland Spill Association

Corporate Member of the UK & Ireland Spill Association

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UK & Ireland Spill Association has grown rapidly as an independent organisation since 2004, leading to membership expanding threefold to over 100 companies and individuals by 2013.

UK & Ireland Spill Association members are renowned for, and offer world class standards of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Restoration of Oil Spills.

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UKSpill has grown rapidly as an independent organisation since 2004, leading to membership expanding 3 fold to over 100 companies and individuals by 2013.

UKSpill members are renowned for and offer world class standards of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Restoration of Oil Spills.

UKSpill members are renowned for and offer world class standards of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Restoration of Oil Spills.

PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH CREATING TOMORROW’S FORESTS

PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH CREATING TOMORROW’S FORESTS

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At Creating Tomorrow’s Forests, we partner with companies to work towards achieving their net-zero and science-based nature targets, by creating thriving forest ecosystems for the long-term.

 

We make it easy for you to integrate sustainability practices into your model and align your brand with growing consumer demands.

 

The native forests will be planted on sites that we manage and will be carefully looked after by our team. You’ll help create biodiverse habitats here in the UK, supporting wildlife for decades to come.

 

These forests will also do a great job of removing carbon from the atmosphere which is a fantastic way to fight climate change.

 

We are committed to long-term forest creation and habitat restoration here in the UK.

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At Creating Tomorrow’s Forests, we partner with companies to work towards achieving their net-zero and science-based nature targets, by creating thriving forest ecosystems for the long-term.

We make it easy for you to integrate sustainability practices into your model and align your brand with growing consumer demands.

The native forests will be planted on sites that we manage and will be carefully looked after by our team. You’ll help create biodiverse habitats here in the UK, supporting wildlife for decades to come.

These forests will also do a great job of removing carbon from the atmosphere which is a fantastic way to fight climate change.

We are committed to long-term forest creation and habitat restoration here in the UK.

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2 Brewery Court, High Street
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United Kingdom

Email: hello@aands-international.com
Phone: +44 (0)118 930 4321

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