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SCCS achieves revised ISO 9001 standard

Following a UKAS assessment, the Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) has successfully transitioned to the revised BS EN ISO 9001:2015 standard. The …

News in Brief: October 2016

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) is looking for experienced contract auditors to join their team. Interested candidates should send their CV …

SCCS issues CE Marking certificates

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) is in the process of issuing its first CE Marking certificates, having recently become a Notified Body and …

SCCS gains UKAS accreditation

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) has achieved accreditation by UKAS against BS OHSAS 18001:2007. This was achieved at the end of an 18 month …

CE Marking has arrived for structural steelwork

From 1 January this year CE Marking of fabricated structural steelwork, in accordance with BS EN 1090-1, came into force in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. …

News in Brief – October 2010

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) has obtained UKAS accreditation to National Highway Sector Scheme 20 for the execution of steelwork in …

This way to CE Marking

The BCSA outlines the measures which must be undertaken to fulfill the requirements of BS EN 1090-1, that allows companies to CE Mark its structural steelwork. …

News in Brief – September 2009

CSC’s structural design software Fastrak and Orion are now both fully compatible with the latest version of Autodesk’s Revit Structure 2010. To share …

News in Brief – July/August 2008

SCI is preparing a series of simple tools that engineers can use with hand calculations to make the use of Eurocodes easier. Generally, the Eurocodes provide …

BCSA to open regional office

The BCSA is planning to open a new regional office on the outskirts of Leeds and two new staff members, a Welding and Fabrication Manager and a Certification …

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