Our Accreditations and Membership
R Baker (Electrical) Ltd has a commitment to quality, safety and environmental issues. The Management team have installed processes and a structure to all areas of the business to ensure standards are met. The business is not only monitored by its own audits but also by suppliers and UKAS accredited external auditors.
The business is committed to continual improvement, ensuring the business never stands still. We use customer feedback to ensure its fed back into the core business to improve customer satisfaction. We ensure we work in accordance with the most demanding industry standards. We have achieved a wide range of external accreditations and approvals.
Health and Safety is at the forefront of everything we do, to ensure customers and staff members are always working in a safe environment. Also quality management is ingrained into everything we manufacture.
We understand success is built around our ability to provide every customer with the best possible service.
ISO 9001 - Quality management system
ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for quality management systems. Being certified to ISO 9001, R Baker (Electrical) Ltd demonstrate a commitment to quality management and continual improvement, ensuring that the needs and expectations of our customer are met. R Baker (Electrical) Ltd achieved certification to ISO 9001 in 1991. To ensure that standards are maintained, we undergo a rigorous 2-day audit every 12 months by our UKAS accredited external auditors.
Contractors health and safety assessment scheme
Being accredited by The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) this ensures we always work within and maintain industry standard health and safety methods. As an independent governing body, CHAS are aiming to improve industry wide health and safety standards across Great Britain. This is beneficial not only for us but also for our clients.
RISQS - Railway Industry Qualification Scheme
The 'Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme' (RISQS) has been developed from the GB rail industry’s Link-up scheme to provide a fair, open and transparent third party qualification process, with the aim of becoming the preferred route for suppliers to engage with their customers, in an efficient and effective manner. The scheme is governed by the newly formed RISQS Board.
In addition to the quality and safety standards held with BSI, we also work closely with Lloyds Register, Det Norske Veritas, Baseefa and Atkins with respect to our product range. We work with the certifying bodies when specific standards are required.
Lloyd’s Register is a leading global provider of marine classification services, helping ensure that internationally recognised safety and environmental standards are maintained at every stage of a ship's life.
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) is a classification society, with a mission to promote the security of life, property and the natural environment, primarily through the development and verification of standards for the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine-related facilities.
We work with leading certifying bodies when specific standards are required, helping to ensure that internationally recognised safety and environmental standards are maintained within hazardous atmospheres. We work with the leading internationally recognised certification bodies for explosion protected equipment, delivering IECEx, ATEX and DSEAR certification to customers around the world.
DNV GL is the world's leading classification society and a recognised advisor for the maritime industry. They enhance safety, quality, energy efficiency and environmental performance of the global shipping industry - across all vessel types and offshore structures.
In addition to the quality and safety approvals and accreditations that we hold, we also hold memberships with several trade associations.
Mersey Maritime was formed through the commitment of its public and private sector partners across Merseyside with the shared vision to develop a world class cluster of maritime businesses. They exist to promote and develop excellence in all maritime related activities within Merseyside and to represent the interests of cluster members.