Natural disasters can strike when you least expect them. From flash floods and wildfires to storms and high-magnitude earthquakes, these events can have devastating consequences for your home and family if you find yourself uneducated. With the increase in natural...
Have you noticed mould growing in your property or on your possessions, or damage caused by damp? If so, don’t ignore it. Mould and damp should be removed by professional mould remediation as soon as possible. Here’s how you can prevent damp and mould from developing,...
Water damage is one of the most common insurance claims in the UK. And whether you’re facing a hidden leak, burst pipe, or flooding from outside, knowing how to handle water damage effectively is crucial. At Humidity Response UK, we’ve been carrying out leak...
The Claims Consortium Group awarded Humidity Response Specialist Supplier of the Year 2019, over 120 cases completed to customer satisfaction and not a single complaint.
Dear All, Firstly I would like to thank you all for your ongoing support over the years with Humidity Response Ltd. Over the past year I have had many clients ask me about the areas we cover or what areas can we cover? Can I cover a surge if a natural disaster...
Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification
The IICRC is a certification and Standards Developing Organisation (SDO) non-profit organisation for the inspection, cleaning and restoration industries.
The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme
CHAS is established as the market leader for health and safety pre-qualification in the UK.
Safety Schemes In Procurement (SSIP)
BRITISH DAMAGE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
The BDMA is committed to raising industry standards, providing accreditation for professional practitioners and facilitating recognition of specialist services in the recovery and restoration sector. Accredited Corporate Membership of the BDMA requires organisations to meet stringent criteria and will only be achieved by companies where a majority of their damage management staff are professionally qualified as individuals.
It will normally take an organisation between 3 and 5 years, after their individual staff start the accreditation process, to achieve Corporate accreditation. The requisite criteria are audited annually and must continue to be met in order to maintain accredited status.
As of January 2019 only 6 companies in the UK are eligible.