DrainsAid is delighted to announce that all supervisors based within our Wakefield head office are now fully qualified Gold CSCS Card holders following an on-going quality training programme set by the company to ensure relevant staff fully comply with recent UK directives.

The Gold CSCS Cards, which represent a high level of skill, experience and competence in the construction industry, were awarded to our supervisors after the final fifteen members of our management team recently completed their level 3 Occupational Work Supervisor NVQs, which demonstrates that they are competent within their respective roles.

All supervisors at DrainsAid have now passed their CITB Heath, Safety and Environmental Test, following the requirement for more UK construction site workers to be CSCS certified.

Simon Bull, operations lining manager at DrainsAid, said:

“Earlier this year the Construction Leadership Council agreed that clients and contractors should only accept card schemes carrying the CSCS logo, and that’s why DrainsAid has ensured that all supervisors are now accredited and comply with the highest and most recognised level.

“The CSCS cards indicate that all of our supervisors on construction sites hold the correct qualifications and training for the work they undertake which ensures that all of our customers have complete confidence that the job will be carried out efficiently, safely and to the highest standard.”

CSCS Cards are supplied to professionals by the Construction Skills Certification Scheme, the recognised industry accreditation body for construction. The cards work on a hierarchy scheme, starting with a red CSCS card for trainees and apprentices, leading to the gold card for supervisors, and the black card for managers.