The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers’ Association (CHSA) is advising consumers of soft tissues products and plastic refuse sacks to seek, along with the CHSA logo itself, the Manufacturing Accreditation Schemes logos because the marques of quality.
“Our logos are important, every conveying a particular meaning and set of values to those who see them,” stated CHSA chair and managing director of Harrison Wipes, Stephen Harrison. “To keep their value and credibility it’s essential they’re used correctly by our members and understood totally by consumers.”
The two logos of the Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Schemes are the only marques proving scheme membership and solely fully audited members have the authority to make use of them. Every member of a Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Scheme has successfully passed a detailed auditing course of designed to make sure consumers get precisely what they pay for. Scheme members are then re-audited yearly to keep up their membership, with a traffic light system designed to make sure points are rapidly identified and addressed.
The CHSA standard logo indicates an affiliate, producer or distributor has agreed to adhere to the principles of the code of conduct, paid their subscriptions, and their CHSA membership has been authorised by the CHSA council. Every member could use it accordingly. It doesn’t, nevertheless, suggest membership of one of many Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Schemes.