These rules concern the performance and behaviour of members of the Association and their employees in relation to the testing and certification of newly installed waterproofing
- Abide by the rules, regulations and codes of practice of the Association relating to the testing and certification of newly installed waterproofing systems.
- Provide excellence of service at all times.
- Act with impartiality at all times.
- Maintain training records for all field employees, to include an assessment of when they are capable of unsupervised on-site integrity testing.
- Prepare and update in-house safety plans and risk assessment procedures which are recognised by the Health & Safety Executive.
- Provide adequate training for all field employees in all relevant Health and Safety legislation.
- Put all existing field employees through Level 3 Non-Vocational Qualification training or equivalent qualification in leak detection.
- Train new field employees to Level 3 Non-Vocational Qualification or equivalent qualification in leak detection with a requirement that all such field employees complete the qualification within 2 years of enrolment on it.
- Comply with the rules and requirements of the Association from time to time in relation to the resolution of disputes with and complaints from its customers.
- Only use any the Association’s logos, publications, design and the like, whilst a fully paid up member or associate member of the Association.
- Shall procure that its field employees:
- follow its method statements for each test site.
- consult with their office or supervisor when there are variances before proceeding.
- read and understand the site-specific risk assessment for each site prior to each test.
- undertake their own point-of-work risk assessment prior to commencing testing, highlighting to site management any shortfalls or variations where a potential risk is determined.
- prepare full and accurate site reports, with photographs and plans as necessary.
- submit accurate timesheets for cost and invoicing purposes.
- immediately report any Health & Safety incidents in the site incident book, as well as their employer’s incident book at the earliest opportunity.