LNPS renews CHAS and CEPA accreditation

London Network for Pest Solutions (LNPS) is pleased to announce the renewal of its CEPA and CHAS® certifications.

CEPA Certified’ and ‘CHAS® Accredited Contractor’ are independently assessed and demonstrate the company’s commitment to providing safe and professional pest control services.

‘CEPA Certified’ is an auditing scheme organised by the European Association of Professional Trained Pest Managers (CEPA). Pest control companies are audited against the provisions in industry standard BS 16636 [EN 16636]. Certification demonstrates that the business operates to the highest professional standards while also seeking to protect public health.

Since 1997, CHAS has been working with businesses in all industry sectors to improve occupational health and safety. Recognition as a ‘CHAS® Accredited Contractor’ provides customers with an assurance that the service provider will operate on their premises in full compliance with SIPP core criteria and UK health and safety legislation.

Paul Cooper, Managing Director for LNPS, said: “I am very proud of the team for being successful in renewing these important accreditations. The assessments are very thorough and demonstrate to our customers that we can be trusted to look after their pest control needs and that we are competent and professional.”

In addition to its accreditations by CEPA and CHAS, LNPS is also certified to ISO 14001 for environmental management and has Alcumus SafeContractor and SafePQQ accreditation.

About LNPS

Established in 2016, LNPS is recognised across London, Essex, Kent and the South-east of England as the benchmark for quality and integrity in pest control provision. Their vision is to deliver high-quality, efficient and affordable pest control services with honesty, professionalism, passion and expertise.

Customers include residential properties, businesses, schools, charitable organisations and landlords in London and the surrounding areas. Fast and efficient treatments are offered for all types of insectsrodents and pest birds.


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