Accreditations & Awards
UK Society For Trenchless Technology
Clancy is a member of the UK Society for Trenchless Technology – a registered charity which is involved in the development and promotion of Trenchless, or ‘No-Dig’ techniques.
Clancy has been recognised with a Van Excellence award. Van Excellence is an award-winning industry-led initiative which has been developed by the Freight Transport Association alongside some of the UK’s best van operators – drawn from all sectors of industry. The scheme has been developed primarily to raise standards within the industry, improve the perception of vans and light commercial vehicles, and to enhance the reputation of organisations which operate van fleets.
Water Industry Recognition Scheme
Clancy is a Water Industry Recognition Scheme registered provider. This scheme is an ongoing process to introduce competition into the water services market, by performing technical assessments of companies that work on projects associated with the installation of water infrastructure.
Office of Gas and Electricity Markets
Clancy is a licensed OFGEM provider. OFGEM is a non-ministerial government department and an independent National Regulatory Authority, recognised by EU Directives. Its principal objective is to protect the interests of existing and future electricity and gas consumers.
Future Water Association
Clancy is a member of the Future Water Association – an organisation which is dedicated to its promise to ‘shape the future of the water sector’s through a focus on innovation.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
Clancy is a member of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and hold an internationally-recognised RoSPA Silver Award. RoSPA promotes safety and the prevention of accidents at work, at leisure, on the road and in the home, as well as through safety education.
Network Rail Principle Contractor Licence
Clancy is an approved Network Rail Principle Contractor Licence (PCL) provider. Organisations which act as Principal Contractor (PC) on behalf of Network Rail have appropriate and robust HSQE management systems in place, to effectively discharge their duties under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 – and to meet the additional requirements of Network Rail.
National Electricity Registration Scheme
Clancy is an accredited National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) provider. This is a UK-wide accreditation scheme which is operated by Lloyd’s Register, and its purpose is to assess the technical competence of Independent Connection Providers to design, project manage and carry out electrical connections.
Gas Industry Recognition Scheme
Clancy is fully accredited by Lloyd’s Register EMEA under the Gas Industry Recognition Scheme. GIRS registered providers are able to undertake new gas connections, services alterations or disconnections, dependent on the scope of their Accreditations.