We are associated with the following institutes;
SafeContractor Accredited SafeContractor is one of the leading health and safety assessment schemes in the UK. Many large organisations use SafeContractor to reduce risk and to maintain their existing contractor and service provider base, whilst also providing a selection of new, pre-approved contractors.
GOLD Standard Achieved - Recognised by Investors in People as an approved supplier - "Provide straightforward, proven frameworks for delivering business improvement through people" source Investors in People.
British Institute of Innkeeping - "BII is the professional body for the licensed retail sector, membership organisation and awarding body." source BII.
Member of the Federation of Small Businesses - "As the biggest representative body for small business in the UK and European Parliament, the FSB Policy team lobbies to represent the views of small business in Westminster" source FSB Policy Chairman Mike Cherry.
Member of the Green Procurement Scheme - "The Mayor of London's Green Procurement Code is a support service for London based organisations committed to reducing their environmental impact through responsible purchasing." source Green Procurement Scheme.
Diversity Works for London is a Mayoral programme that encourages and supports businesses and by providing a comprehensive suite of tailored business support products the programme enables companies to improve their diversity proficiency. source DWFL.
Community Safety Accreditation Schemes are a means by which the Chief Constable of a police force in the U.K. may grant a range of police powers to employees of non-police organisations who contribute towards community safety.
RISQS has been developed from the GB rail industry’s Achilles Link-up community to provide a fair, open and transparent third party qualification process for suppliers working or wishing to work with Network Rail, Transport for London, passenger and freight train operators, rolling stock organisations, main infrastructure contractors and many other buying organisations.
Meryl Dennis and her team at SFM kindly provided the Walktalk team with much needed professional security advice and support for our finale in Trafalgar Square on Sunday 17 August 2008. After thirty days walking from Leeds to London and thousands of conversations in 22 towns and cities along the way aimed at bringing communities together, Gill Hicks, survivor of the 7 July London Bombings who lost both her legs that day, led the Walktalk team into the Square. It was wonderful to know that we were being so well-looked after and that we could totally rely on the expertise of the SFM team.
Head of public affairs, M.A.D. for Peace/WALKTALK.