NIA members active in the new build/commercial sectors will now have to follow the code which contains standards for:
Training/Accreditation, Technical Competence, Health & Safety, Insurance, Complaint Handling, Service Levels, Quality Assurance, Technical Advice & Support, Client Care, Approved Products/Materials and Guarantees.
The CoPP has been designed to give additional reassurance to specifier, developers, architects and builders – to ensure they get the highest possible standards within the industry.
Neil Marshall, Chief Executive of the NIA, has encouraged insulation companies involved in the New Build and Commercial sectors to join the NIA, asserting the new CoPP will set the professional body apart from others:
The NIA is the lead trade body for insulation measures in the UK and our members can provide multi measure solutions.
The NIA has also launched a ‘expressions of interest’ service for specifiers and funders.
The free-of-charge scheme will issue project specifications together with expressions of interest and tender requests to NIA members on their behalf, saving them time and money in locating insulation companies.
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