To become a Green Deal or ECO installer, you need to demonstrate that your business meets the requirements of PAS 2030. This is a straightforward process:
- You will need a Quality Management System in place across your business that meets all the necessary requirements for installation, process management and service provision, as set out in the PAS 2030 standard. Trade Engine provides this.
- You must adhere to the Green Deal Code of Practice (GD CoP).
- Your organisation must be assessed by a UKAS Certification Body, who will register you with the Green Deal Oversight and Registration Body and, at the same time, will license you to begin using the Green Deal Quality Mark.
Trade Engine, as an independent supplier of Quality Management and Compliance solutions, can help you with all these things. Our solution covers everything from logging incoming leads to managing your supply chain, including dealing with any problems, risks and issues that may present themselves.
We also offer an impartial Managed Complaince Service to assist Green Deal Installers in processing their work and ensuring it is fully-compliant with all required standards. This is an optional service, which our users can choose to engage on a per-job or per-project basis.