Compliance Consultants, Synergos Consultancy Limited have announced a competition for a local business to win CHAS accreditation fees paid for life.

This support package which will give the winner accreditation for the lifetime of their business, is worth up to a possible nine thousand pounds. CHAS is the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme, and has been designed for contractors and consultants that apply to work in public and private sector organisations.

There are many benefits to having this scheme in place which include being able to win new business, especially from large corporate customers and being approved to work for all CHAS buyers. It will also save time and resources and the process locates any weaknesses in your safety management meaning you can improve them.  Perhaps most importantly, by having the accreditation, you’ll prove that you are compliant with vital parts of health and safety law.

Synergos Consultancy Managing Director and Founder, Jenny Kilburn commented:

“We are keen to support small businesses and sole traders and really feel that this is a once in lifetime opportunity for them to have this accreditation at no cost to them. We are committed to supporting businesses who may not have the budget for this at the moment, so are opening this competition up for contractors, electricians, plumbers and those in the construction industry. 

One client commented on working with Synergos Consultancy to obtain their CHAS accreditation. Neil Fletcher, Director, Pure Pipe Technologies said:

“Many thanks to Synergos, and their Health and Safety Consultant Steve, who recently supported us through the process of CHAS accreditation.

His understanding of the process and the information required guided us smoothly, easily and with minimal disruption to our daily activities. I would have no hesitation in recommending Synergos to carry out this support service for anyone overwhelmed by what appears to be a time consuming, but valuable, third-party accreditation, within the construction sector.”  

Applications can be made by visiting or emailing