Which Licences and Certificates are required to do the job?

All relevant Licence and Certificate Badges are displayed on About Trader Board. All you need to do is:

  • Check which Permissions, Licences and Certificates are required to do your job
  • On Trader’s info board check presence of the relevant badge.
  • That’s all, all done

Home and Garden

To protect environment and avoid fly-tipping fines use only traders with valid Waste Carrier Licence. You can check it HERE.  To make your life easier, Moorest Waste Removal Category is restricted to licensed traders only. Additionaly, for each load of non-hazardous waste you move off your premises, you must receive a Waste Transfer Note or a document with the same information. You must sign it and keep a copy for 2 years. If requested you must show it to an enforcement officer from your local council or the Environment Agency. You must include enough information to help the business taking your waste to handle and dispose of it safely. Download a waste transfer note HERE

To protect you and your family use only traders which are Part P certified. You can check it HERE.  To make your life easier, Moorest Electrical  Categories is restricted to licensed traders only.

Additionally if job require waste removal trader must have valid Waste Carrier Licence

To protect environment and avoid fly-tipping fines use only traders with valid Waste Carrier Licence. You can check it HERE.  To make your life easier, Moorest Waste Removal Category is restricted to licensed traders only. Additionaly, for each load of non-hazardous waste you move off your premises, you must receive a Waste Transfer Note or a document with the same information. You must sign it and keep a copy for 2 years. If requested you must show it to an enforcement officer from your local council or the Environment Agency. You must include enough information to help the business taking your waste to handle and dispose of it safely. Download a waste transfer note HERE

If job require waste removal trader must have valid Waste Carrier Licence

To protect environment and avoid fly-tipping fines use only traders with valid Waste Carrier Licence. You can check it HERE.  To make your life easier, Moorest Waste Removal Category is restricted to licensed traders only. Additionaly, for each load of non-hazardous waste you move off your premises, you must receive a Waste Transfer Note or a document with the same information. You must sign it and keep a copy for 2 years. If requested you must show it to an enforcement officer from your local council or the Environment Agency. You must include enough information to help the business taking your waste to handle and dispose of it safely. Download a waste transfer note HERE

If the tree has a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) placed on it then yes, you will need permission from the council to perform any works to the tree, whether that’s removing a branch or felling the tree. A TPO is a written order created by a local planning authority such as a borough, district or unitary council or national park. The aim of a TPO is to give protection to trees that provide amenity value to the public. It is a criminal offence to cut down, top, lop, uproot, wilfully damage or wilfully destroy a tree protected by a TPO, or to cause or permit such actions, without the authority’s permission. If the tree in your garden can be seen and therefore enjoyed by the public it could potentially have a TPO placed upon it.

You can find out if the tree has a TPO by contacting the tree officer at your local council. To request permission to perform tree works you will need to fill in an application form and submit it to the local authority. If you live in a Conservation Area, trees in your garden are still subject to the same rules as trees with TPOs, despite not necessarily having TPOs placed specifically on them. Planning permission will override TPOs if it is necessary for a tree with a TPO to be removed for the development to go ahead. It’s also important to bear in mind that it is illegal to fell trees during breeding season as it could result in the destruction of nests.

If the tree does not have a TPO and is not in a Conservation Area then you do not require permission to fell a tree if it is in your garden. Outside of gardens, you might require a felling licence from the Forestry Commission. If you do plan to cut down your tree, please consider whether the above options will solve the issue before opting to fell it.

If you are in any doubt about the legalities of undertaking any works to a tree then look at getting in contact with your local council’s tree officer. Failing that, regional officers for the Forestry Commission may also be able to help advise you on the best way forward.

Gas Safe Register is the only official gas registration body of gas businesses and engineers in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey. By law all gas businesses must be on the Gas Safe Register.

A gas engineer can only be aligned to a registered business and be issued with a license to undertake gas work on behalf of a registered business if they hold a valid and current qualification. This evidence of competence relates only to matters of gas safety and is obtained by every engineer through a recognised route of training and assessment (much as the DVLA issues driving licences to those who have demonstrated their competence by passing a driving test).

Registration is only given on the basis of the business having at least one gas safety qualified engineer.

The Register is not a membership body or trade association.

The Register (and all services associated with it) is operated on behalf of the relevant Health and Safety Authority for each region in which it operates– i.e. Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Guernsey.

Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI as the only gas registration body in Great Britain and Isle of Man on 1 April 2009 and in Northern Ireland and Guernsey on 1 April 2010.

To make your life easier, Moorest Gas Categories is restricted to licensed traders only. You can check the register HERE

Beauty Salon

Care Quality Commission inspect and regulate a range of healthcare clinics in England. You can use our inspection reports to check their quality of care. Clinics offer services such as IVF, cosmetic surgery and advice or treatment to help with family planning or losing weight.

Care Quality Commission inspect and regulate a range of healthcare clinics in England. You can use our inspection reports to check their quality of care. Clinics offer services such as IVF, cosmetic surgery and advice or treatment to help with family planning or losing weight.

Care Quality Commission inspect and regulate a range of healthcare clinics in England. You can use our inspection reports to check their quality of care. Clinics offer services such as IVF, cosmetic surgery and advice or treatment to help with family planning or losing weight.

Beauty Salons must apply to council for a premises licence if they run an establishment for massage or other special treatments.

Special treatments could include:

  • massage
  • manicure
  • chiropody
  • light treatments, eg sunbeds
  • electric treatments, eg electrolysis
  • other treatments involving heat, light or vapour, eg sauna or other bath treatments

In most parts of the country you’ll need a separate licence for any skin piercing treatments, eg tattooing or acupuncture.

✓Use sterile single-use instruments wherever possible

✓Sterilise all reusable equipment that can be contaminated with blood, including semi-permanent tattooing equipment – note: ultraviolet (UV) light boxes and glass bead sterilisers are not good enough (To find a steriliser, either negotiate access to a steriliser in your local hospital or clinic, or use a steam steriliser.)

✓Blood contamination means that swabs and gloves are clinical waste. Put these in a clinical waste container

✓ Follow the instructions in maintenance manuals – keep equipment in effective and efficient working order

Steam sterilisers require regular examinations and tests. Seek advice from your insurance provider and make a note of each time your equipment is examined

✓ Keep the work area clean

✓ Wash out mixing equipment after use. Dispose of this waste liquid safely

✓ Write down your sterilisation procedures and make sure these are followed

✓ Sterilise reusable equipment as soon as possible after use

✓ Clean out ultrasonicators at the end of every day

✓ Disinfect shower heads at least once a week

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