The SEMA Distributor Company (SDC) qualification indicates that the company is dedicated to the supply of quality storage equipment. To become part of the SEMA Distributor Group (SDG) the company must demonstrate a high level of commitment to safety standards, work to industry codes of practice and be regulated by a random audit.

SEMA Approved Inspectors are highly qualified professionals. To achieve the SEMA Approved Inspector qualification the applicant is required to undertake an intensive three day training course and successfully complete both a written examination and practical assessment. The qualified inspector (often abbreviated to SARI standing for SEMA Approved Rack Inspector) must also commit to a programme of on-going CPD (Continuous Professional Development) to maintain the qualification.

SEIRS Approved SEMA has been proactive in the development of standards in Industry for many years. The SEIRS initiative is a continuation of this business ethic to improve safety standards in an environment where product design, manufacture and installation take place under the influence of increased legislation.

Individual installers and their employing companies can benefit from SEIRS in numerous ways,

  • Recognised qualifications.
  • Health and safety updates.
  • Preferred Installer status.

SafeContractor was initially developed as a bespoke project for a Property Management client, who wished to outsource the annual vetting of contractors on its approved list. Interest shown by other clients identified the potential for a standardised system that could be offered to the whole company’s client base.

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