At Dock Technik, we have always maintained a very high standard of Health and Safety, as would be expected within the industries and sectors that we operate in on a daily basis, and having successfully achieved the Safe Contractor accreditation from Alcumus Safe Contractor. We are delighted to announce that we have also attained our SafePQQ verification, which cements our beliefs of strong ethical business standards within our policies and procedures. Congratulations to all the team who worked tirelessly towards these accreditation.
Dock Technik have been awarded SafeContractor PQQ sustainability accreditation. SafePQQ is an extension of the SafeContractor health & safety audit that demonstrates Dock Techniks' commitment to best practice and has been built to include the common question sets within PAS91. SafePQQ verifies against key business sustainability topics, including Finance, Environment, Quality Management, Equality, Modern Slavery, Anti-bribery, GDPR, Right to Work, Building Information Modelling, and References.
Dock Technik are the leading supplier of loading bay services and systems in the UK. Dock Technik believe loading bay equipment is essential to the effective, efficient and safe handling of goods.
Dock Technik offer a full range of loading bay solutions and products including Service, Repair & Call Out, Design and Installation and a range of loading bay products and services including Industrial Doors, Dock Levellers, Dock Shelters, Scissor Lifting Tables, Load Houses, Dock Buffers, Wheel alignment guides, Loading Bay Lighting, PVC Strip Curtains, Loading Bay Pest Proofing, Loading Bay Safety & associated accessories and equipment. Dock Technik aim to ensure the loading and unloading process is safe and effective to enable the distribution network to operate seamlessly.
Identity — General information about your company is used to verify that you’re legally able to operate within the UK. This information includes your company’s name, contact details, registration, company size and address.
Financial — The Assessment will check that you’ve taken the necessary steps to reduce financial risks, so you will need to answer a few questions about your company’s financial information and provide any required supporting documentation.
Corporate and Professional Standing — The Common Assessment Standard will look into your corporate and professional standing with questions relating to criminal activity, corruption, terrorism and human trafficking.
Health and Safety — A huge amount of importance rests on health and safety during the Common Assessment Standard. You will need to demonstrate that your company has taken steps to protect workers, site visitors and the public from harm.
Environmental — The Common Assessment Standard will include a set of environmental questions that will ask about whether your company has taken the necessary steps to reduce the environmental impact of projects and meet environmental management standards.
Quality — Quality assurance can prevent problems from arising and reduce the risks involved in projects, so the Common Assessment Standard will require confirmation that your company meets quality management standards.
Equality — The Assessment will ask you to confirm that your company promotes equality and diversity in the workspace and that all people are treated fairly.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) — The Common Assessment Standard considers how your company impacts society, so you will need to answer a few questions about your CSR policy.
Information Security and GDPR — You will need to demonstrate that your company is protecting personal data in line with the GDPR. Anti-Bribery and Corruption — The Common Assessment Standard will check that you have implemented procedures to prevent persons within or associated with your organisation from receiving bribes or bribing others.
Modern Slavery — You will need to confirm that your organisation has taken steps to assess and manage modern slavery and human trafficking risks.
These topics can include, but are not limited to; health and safety, right to work, financial performance, environmental management, quality management, information security and references. It is important for buyer organisations to pre-qualify their supply chain against these topics:
To ensure that their supply chain is compliant with legislation. e.g. Modern Slavery Act 2015
To verify that their supply chain adheres to ISO standards. ISO9001 – Quality Management and ISO14001 -Environmental management have clauses that require companies to control externally provided services or products.
To manage their risk of reputational damage in the event of non-compliance. Several large organisations made headlines in 2019 for forced labour allegations within their supply chain.
Dock Technik have a extensive team of Service Engineers nationwide who can ensure you loading bay systems are available when required and running to their optimum performance. Our service customers also benefit from the industry leading maintenance management system - Datten-Tek CSP (Customer Service Portal), we take care of managing job reprots and asset data so that customers can concentrate on their core business. (www.docktechnikservice.com)
Dock Technik Your Trusted Service Partner. Contact our Service Team now to discuss your requirements.
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Our sales, service and installation team are able to cover nationwide including key cities such as Birmingham, Bath, Bradford, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Carlisle, Chester, Chelmsford, Chichester, Coventry, Derby, Durham, Ely, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Kingston upon Hull, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lincoln, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Swansea, Nottingham, Cardiff, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Ripon, Salford, Salisbury, Sheffield, Southampton, St Albans, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Truro,Wakefield, Wells, Westminster, Winchester, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York