We are thrilled to once again be awarded Gold - the highest accreditation from Investors in People. 🏆 🙌 We have held the Gold award for the last three years and to have it renewed, and exceed our previous score, is testament to the hard work, culture and values that run deep throughout the whole organisation. 💯🧡💛💙 We know Gipping is a great place to work, but the feedback from our team says it all
is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS). It provides a framework that an organization can follow, rather than establishing environmental performance requirements.
is the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
Constructionline is a national accreditation and vetting scheme for contractors used extensively by local authorities and major clients. Company information is regularly checked to ensure compliance. Gipping has been approved for Projects to £3 million.
CHAS is an health and safety accreditation. It is a recognised leading member of SSIP – Safety Systems in Procurement. Gipping has been an approved CHAS contractor for over 10 years.
IiP (Investors in People) is an internationally recognised accreditation demonstrating best practise for an organisation in People Management.
NFB (National Federation of Builders) is a trade federation representing medium sized contractors. It offers advice, support and training services to its members.
Trading for Good is a digital accreditation service celebrating businesses that are socially responsible in their own communities. The service tracks businesses social efforts in five ways including charitable giving the impact of their organisation on the environment and supporting young people.
NHBC is a standard setting body and the leading home construction warranty and insurance provider for new and newly converted homes in the UK.
WWT (Working Well Together) is a collaborative construction initiative put in place to improve health and safety in the industry and involves the HSE working with professional and industry groups.