Certification & Accreditation

Gate Safe ID1061

Gate Safe ID: 1061

All automated gates (whether swing, sliding, bi folding or a rising arm barrier) must comply with the Machinery Directive 2006 /42/EC. In order to achieve compliance the gate should either have undergone a full risk assessment. If adopting the Risk Assessment approach, it is recommended that the British Standards are used as a means to identify the various potential risks posed by an automated gate.
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Checktrade

Checkatrade runs strict background checks on tradespeople before they can become members. Once they join, members agree to have feedback from their customers put online for all to see. We’ve published 2,322,666 to date.
No other directory of tradespeople uses this model. The background checks and public feedback ensure that only reliable and trusted tradespeople get work through Checkatrade. They make sure that you can find someone outstanding to get the job done.

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Trustatrader

TrustATrader is a directory of tradespeople you can trust because their place on the website depends upon their quality of service. TrustATrader is the UK’s trusted online trade directory, for which we must thank both the public for their strong support of our service, and our great traders who prove that there is an alternative to the ‘cowboys’.

Came Safe ID3019

Came Safe ID: 3019

The CAMESAFE Installer Certificate is a new accreditation for all installers of gate and barrier automation systems. Designed around meeting the UK safety laws in relation to automated entranceways, the certificate provides a real understanding of the requirements and enables individuals and companies a new level of automation safety.
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