Joseph Ash Galvanizing is a now a certified member of RISQS.
RISQS (the Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme) is a supplier qualification scheme which audits and assesses suppliers to pre-qualify to work with over 110 buying organisations. It is a prestigious supplier organisation and acts a single point of entry for buyers looking to procure items and services for the railway industry. It also helps suppliers to sell within the railway industry by providing an open, fair and transparent way for them to be formally recognised as capable providers of products and services.
We are proud to say that Joseph Ash Galvanizing has recently been certified as a member of the scheme, as we regularly galvanize steel for the railway industry.
Steel fabrications can include anything from station canopies to platforms, gantries to staircases, lineside cabinets to cantilevers, and lighting columns to bridges.
We have also worked on railway projects ranging from Birmingham New Street Station, Bristol Parkway Station, Stoke Gifford Depot, Hazel Grove Station, and the East and West Coast Main Lines electrification projects, amongst others.
Certification to RISQS involves a rigorous process including documentary evidence that there has been a successful assessment, a process which requires differing degrees of intervention at the supplier’s premises, dependent on the risk that the product or service represents.
As a newly certified supplier, Joseph Ash Galvanizing will be using RISQS to officially register and qualify ourselves as a potential supplier to the rail sector.
Well done to all the team at Joseph Ash Galvanizing who were involved in the certification process!Next page