21st April, 2016

Free Help With Your CHAS Registration

CHAS registration can be a difficult process, but with the help of our new free CHAS application guidance, you can succeed! Gaining CHAS registration can be daunting if you have never been through the process before, find out about our CHAS guide, and how to get access to it in this blog post.

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CHAS registration can be a difficult process, but with the help of our new free CHAS application guidance report, you can succeed!

CHAS (the Construction Health and Safety Scheme) is one of the gold standards in construction health and safety. Many clients ask for CHAS, and it demonstrates your business is committed to health and safety management.

But gaining CHAS registration can be daunting if you have never been through the process before.

That is why we have developed our CHAS application guidance report, to help your business through the registration process. And you can download it, today, for free.

Read our free CHAS guide, helping you step by step through the CHAS application.

Our health and safety experts have helped many businesses complete the CHAS registration process, and by following the step-by-step advice, you can become CHAS accredited.

CHAS isn't just about ticking boxes. It takes more than filling in a form to get that badge of honour.

That fact along can often be a stumbling block through the application, if you are unsure what documents you need to supply, or how to show evidence that your health and safety management system is in place.

But don't worry, it's not that hard once you know what you need to do.

By breaking down the CHAS application into easy to manage sections, you can build up your documentation, and get the evidence you need to succeed through the CHAS registration.

This report will cover what documents you need, how to evidence them, how to organise them, and how to submit them.

You will go through the 5 steps to CHAS success, including:

  1. Evaluate your existing health and safety records and fill any gaps.
  2. Set up your submission folders.
  3. Gather your evidence.
  4. Complete the application.
  5. Submit the application.

Don't forget to read our free CHAS guide. If you need extra help we also have our Documents Plan which gives you unlimited access to health and safety documents and templates you can use to support your CHAS application.

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This article was written by Emma at HASpod. Emma has over 10 years experience in health and safety and BSc (Hons) Construction Management. She is NEBOSH qualified and Tech IOSH.

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