The FSC is an international, non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests. As part of helping to take care of forests and the people and wildlife who call them home, FSC assesses organisations and supplies a global forest certification, which DG Timber Solutions has secured. You can be confident that we only use wood from well-managed forests and you have the peace of mind that you are helping to ensure our forests are alive for generations to come.
There are two components in the FSC certification: Forest Management and Chain of Custody certification. The ten rules for responsible forest management can be found here and more information about the benefits of and how we achieved COC can be found here.
Our FSC certification and COC policy can be downloaded below:
PEFC is the leading non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) through independent third-party certification across 36 countries. Working throughout the entire forest supply chain it promotes good practice in the forest and ensures that timber products like those DG Timber Solutions works with are produced with respect for the highest ecological, social and ethical standards.
Read more about our commitment to the environment and sustainability.
Our certification can be downloaded here:
CHAS helps suppliers and buyers by aiming to avoid duplication when it comes to meeting health and safety standards. Public and private sector organisations can avoid having to go through the lengthy and time consuming compliance process in order to assess DG Timber Solutions. CHAS has assessed our health and safety policy statement, our organisation for health and safety and our specific health and safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to CHAS’ buyers and to others.
SMAS is a health and safety assessment organisation that works with many of the major UK housebuilders in new build construction as well as many other construction organisations. DG Timber Solutions has been assessed against those set out in the Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) Core Criteria. Offering mutual recognition and therefore avoiding duplication, the SSIP aims to reduce the burden and cost of health and safety bureaucracy across the construction industry. Full details can be found at www.ssip.org.uk.