Hillbrush has passed the stringent auditing process and secured admission to the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers’ Association (CHSA) Accreditation Scheme for Manufacturers.
Admission to the CHSA highlights Hillbrush’s commitment to maintaining standards and ethical trading as outlined in its rigorous Code of Practice as Charlie Coward, Mangaing Director at Hillbrush explains:
We are delighted to have passed the audit and secured membership of the CHSA Accreditation Scheme. Membership signals our commitment to quality, ensuring that our customers can be certain it runs through our products and our business."
"At the heart of the CHSA is its determination to maintain standards and ethical practices,” said Mike Stubbs, Chairman of the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes. “This philosophy is embedded in our Code of Practice, signed by every CHSA member.
“With this in mind we are delighted to welcome Hillbrush into the Accreditation Scheme. The audit confirmed they meet the stringent requirements of our Accreditation Schemes and comply with our Code of Practice. Their customers can be certain they get what they pay for and product that conforms to the specifications stipulated in the Scheme.”
The CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes for Manufacturers of paper-based and woven products, plastic-based products, cotton-based products, cleaning and hygiene chemicals and General Manufacturers, and the Accredited Distributor Scheme give buyers the certainty that ‘what’s on the box is what’s in the box’. Buyers simply need to look for the Accreditation Scheme logos: Our Standards, Your Guarantee.
Many end users already know the benefits offered by the Accreditation Schemes. They demand their manufacturers and distributors provide CHSA Accredited products and adhere to the ethical principles that underpin the Schemes and the CHSA’s tough Code of Practice.
On order to ensure that the Code of Practice and Accreditation Schemes give buyers of cleaning and hygiene products the guarantees they need, the CHSA invests in a rigorous auditing process, led by an independent inspector. An experienced quality assurance professional, the CHSA inspector has worked with British Standards Institute (BSI) and the European Standards Committee. He has been auditing CHSA Accreditation Scheme members since 2014.