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What’s on the box is what’s in the box


Buy from CHSA Accredited Distributors and specify CHSA Accredited Products.


It’s the only way to be certain you get what you pay for.


Every Scheme member is audited at least once a year by the CHSA’s Independent Inspectorate.


Our Standards. Your Guarantee.


SECRETARY@CHSA.CO.UK | 0800 243919 | WWW.CHSA.CO.UK


CHSA Accreditation Schemes Guaranteeing Standards 2018 Inspection Results Prove Exceptional Conformance


The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) analysis of the 2018 performance of its Accreditation Schemes shows exceptional conformance in all areas. The results make it clear, if buyers of


cleaning and hygiene products want to be certain ‘what’s on the box is what’s in the box’, they need to look for the CHSA Accreditation Scheme marque. In its second year of operation, the results


for the CHSA’s Accreditation Scheme for Distributors show that an average of 97.5% of relevant products across all Accredited Distributors are from CHSA Accredited Manufacturers. Label compliance in 2018 for the


Accreditation Scheme for Manufacturers of Plastic Refuse Sacks is 98.8%, having risen from 85% in 2015. Plastic Refuse sacks are tested to see if they are fit for purpose using the British Standards Institute Drop Test. Performance is assessed by combining the Drop Test results with the count and dimensions of the sacks. Compliance in 2018 was over 91%, compared to 71% in 2015. Analysis of the results of the Accreditation


Scheme for Manufacturers of Soft Tissue again shows exceptional conformance. Label compliance, which means the label includes


the product’s dimensions, manufacturer, batch number and relevant Accreditation Scheme logo, is 89% or 95.9% excluding minor infringement such as missing the Scheme logo. Dimensional compliance, as measured by square area of the product, is 92.4% excluding minor infringements. Members of the Accreditation Scheme for


Manufacturers of Industrial Cotton Mops continue to achieve near perfect conformance on label and product performance. “The introduction of the Accreditation


Scheme for Distributors has had a very positive impact, all the main distributors in the sector applying and then passing the auditing process,” said Mike Stubbs, Chairman of


the Accreditation


Schemes. “It has also driven up membership of our Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Schemes. Distributors joining the Scheme are demanding their suppliers adhere to the same high standards to which they ascribe, who in turn are applying for membership.” The credibility and value


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of the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes is underpinned by the Association’s Independent Inspector. He inspects every Scheme member at least once each year, selecting products at random from the warehouses of distributors and from both the warehouses and production line of manufacturers. Each year he audits almost 5,000 products across all four of the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes.


www.chsa.co.uk


For more information, contact Cathy Connan on 07976 669089 or email cathy@cathyconnan.com.


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