Bryan Crisp & Son Specialist Services Limited

Unit 22 South Nelson Road, South Nelson Industrial Estate
NE23 1WF

55.0871, -1.58776


Listed under:  Electricians, Roofers / Roofing

100% recommended: 10/10

3 reviews since 2014

Electrical Contractors Association

Electrical Contractors Association

Registered Membership of the ECA is available to businesses (sole proprietors, partnerships, limited or public liability companies) that carry out all types of electrical and electronic installation work and that meet the following criteria.

To become a Registered Member of the ECA, a business must:
Comply with the ECA’s Rules, Standing Orders, and Bye-laws and with the Code of Fair Trading.
Carry out safe electrical work that complies with the latest Wiring Regulations laid down by the British Standards Institution (BSI) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), or other relevant Building Regulations and British Standards.
Demonstrate your technical competence on joining the Association and at regular intervals thereafter by participating in either the ECA Membership Certification Scheme or the ‘Deemed to Satisfy’ Scheme.
Be registered with any one of the Government-approved Full Scope Competent Person Schemes for Part P of the Building Regulations, if you carry out domestic work.
Have been undertaking electrical contracting work continuously for at least one year.
Have a turnover in excess of £30,000 per annum and annual business trading accounts.
Hold public liability insurance for a minimum of £2 million.
Hold employer’s liability insurance (which must be displayed as required by law).
Have a written, dated and signed Health & Safety Policy Statement and appropriate risk assessment procedures.

National Federation of Roofing Contractors

National Federation of Roofing Contractors

The National Federation of Roofing Contractors is the UK's leading trade association for the roofing industry. Its Mission Statement is 'to promote trade members to gain more work and through this achievement to help Associate members to sell more products and collectively to achieve quality installation.'

This is achieved through a comprehensive Technical Advisory Service open to members and their clients; a series of business services for members; close co-operation on training and recruitment matters with the Construction Industry Training Board on behalf of members; a formal complaints procedure linked to the federation's Code of Practice; and finally the promotion and marketing of members to major clients, major contractors and the domestic market.



TrustMark is a not for profit organisation, licensed by Government and supported by consumer protection groups, helping you find local, trustworthy & reliable tradesmen, operating to Government endorsed standards.

TrustMark is a quality mark which operates a framework under which 30 plus scheme operators working in the Repair, Maintenance and Improvement sectors are approved to carry the TrustMark logo and recruit reputable and trustworthy tradesmen.

All of these scheme operators are audited annually by TrustMark, to ensure processes, standards and complaints procedures are being maintained.

The information shown above is provided by the firm or the relevant body. Memberships may lapse or require renewal so we recommend that you check that the firm is still a member when you contact them. Please tell Referenceline about any misleading claims.