All organisations operating within the highway electrical sector must be registered to the Highway Electrical Registration Scheme (HERS), the scheme works to unsure all organisations operating within the sector are fully compliant with NHSS8.
The register below shows the current status of registration for all those organisations registered to HERS.
All organisations with a green tick are compliant to the best of our knowledge, although clients and potential clients must make their own enquires as to their subtility and compliance. An amber tick means that the organisation will become non-compliant (expiring documents) within 90 days unless corrective actions are taken. Organisations with a red tick are non-compliant in one or more aspects (organisations will go red 30 days after a document expires).
Currently, organisations may become non-compliant for the following:
1. ISO9001 – Expiry of their ISO9001 certificate (where this applies)
2. HERS – No organisational HERS certificate (expired or not issued)
3. Employees – No employees with valid registrations (expired or not registered)
4. Audits – Actions outstanding for more than six months following the last audit at any contracting office (this will be implemented manually to start with and thereafter will be dealt with automatically through software revisions)
Anyone considering using an organisation listed here should first establish the current validity of their scope and registration by reference to NHSS8 Appendix L and by reviewing:
1. Their BS EN ISO 9001 certificate extended to cover NHSS8 (where BS EN ISO 9001 is required)
2. The dated HERS Certificate (and HERS logo where this exists)
3. The existence of valid employee ECS HERS cards
4. The existence of employee portfolios
5. Their internal audits and site audits
6. HERS third-party audits carried out by the HEA
7. Audit Action Plans
The HEA has used reasonable endeavours in producing the information below. The HEA, its employees and members will not be responsible for any loss, however arising, from the use of, or reliance on this information. This information is provided without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. You should not assume that this information is error-free or that it will be suitable for the particular purpose which you have in mind when using it. The HEA assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this information. In no event shall the HEA be liable for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, those resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether or not advised of the possibility of damage, and on any theory of liability, arising out of or in connection with the use of this information.