If you were given a choice to choose between working with a company that can prove they go the extra mile for safety measures and a company that can’t, who would you partner with?

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We are pleased to announce that we have successfully achieved SafeContractor Accreditation for our network cabling services, joining over 30,000 other contractors who have also earned this status.

This is a huge achievement that isn’t gained easily. To find out more about how we attained this standard — and what it means for our clients and data cabling services — read on.

What is SafeContractor accreditation?

SafeContractor is an internationally-recognised accreditation that allows organisations to demonstrate their commitment to health and safety at all levels.

The accreditation was founded in 1999 and, since then, has helped thousands of businesses tackle health and safety head-on, with one centralised, clear approach.

Initially a founding member of SSIP (or ‘Safety Schemes in Procurement’), SafeContractor aims to make things simple for businesses looking to stay compliant and on top of the necessary regulations required to run a safe workplace for their employees and customers alike.

Primarily designed to reduce the bureaucracy around gaining health and safety certifications, SafeContractor also saves companies time. Not only does SafeContractor allow organisations like us to keep on top of our health and safety measures, but it acts as an all-encompassing system that ensures all future applications and qualifications can be completed efficiently.

What does SafeContractor accreditation mean for our clients?

Here at ITRM, we are committed to consistently delivering the highest standard of IT support services for all of our clients — regardless of size or sector.

That’s why we invest so heavily in our staff training, processes, accreditations, and health and safety policies. In our minds, the smoother things run in our own business, the better service we can deliver to the businesses we partner with.

Just a few of the benefits of becoming SafeContractor accredited include:


This accreditation allows us to demonstrate to our clients that we are committed to high quality and safety in all of our cabling services. Network cabling is difficult and requires precision and accuracy. Allowing a managed service provider like us to organise your data cabling systems requires a level of trust, which we can gain by proving ourselves with accreditations such as SafeContractor.

Enhanced credibility

This internationally-recognised accreditation allows us to prove our team can safely work on a range of complex, complex cabling systems.


This certification not only makes us more confident in our abilities but it heightens our competitiveness as a provider of IT support services in LondonKent, and Essex.

Access to higher support

With this accreditation comes 24/7 access to health and safety lines. So, should a situation ever arises that we ourselves require further expertise on, we can consult with SafeContractor to ensure our maintenance, replacement, and installation activities are safe.

There are also opportunities to develop our skills with further training so that we, as an IT support provider, can ensure that we deliver the most up-to-date services in line with industry updates and changes.

A SafeContractor-accredited technician fits cables while wearing protective clothing

Our network cabling services

We must congratulate our network cabling team, who have worked tirelessly to earn this certification.

Our network cabling services range from initial consultation to installation, maintenance, repair, removal, and even post-installation testing. However, we also work with multiple businesses that require more ad-hoc support tailored to their business’s goals.

Over the years, our services have allowed businesses to save money on legacy cabling systems, improve the performance of IT infrastructure, and create more flexibility to integrate or remove different hardware simply.

If you’re a business needing assistance with transferring information between your networks or computers, check out our network and internet cabling services page.

A technician conducts maintenance checks on network cables

Speak to us for expert network cabling support today

If you’d like to know more about our SafeContractor accreditation or our cabling services, get in touch with our friendly team of experts today. Or, for more IT support updates, keep up with our blog.

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