Brockwells Forestry benchmarks all our business systems against UK and international best practice which includes the following accreditations:

Brockwells Forestry also complies with the following tree cutting standards;


Brockwells Forestry has gone through a series of six EFQM audits over a seven year period, and currently has a score of 471 with strong individual scores for leadership, strategy, and people.

Achilles Verified

Achilles UVDB are a supply management community for the UK utilities industry, they were set up in order to provide a fair, open and transparent means of supplier selection for potential tender opportunities. Brockwells Forestry became Achilles verified in 2004 and has been compliant with the requirements of Achilles since then. In our…

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In order to ensure a continued level of excellence, we maintain a high level of auditing in all areas of operation. This allows us to react to areas that need additional attention, as well as having a proactive approach to work planning, policy development and team improvement.

Our teams are kept abreast of developments by attending company meetings, ongoing training and professional development sessions, as well as the production of tool-box-talks, safety bulletins and monthly newsletters.

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British Standards

Brockwells Forestry Limited has been accredited through BSI to the international Quality Management System ISO9000 since 1998. The working procedures and practices employed within the business have been produced and are regularly audited to ensure compliance with the standard QMS ISO9000. Brockwells Forestry continually strives to improve the way it operates, whether that means reducing costs, enhanced technical operations, managing risk more effectively or improving customer satisfaction.

The quality management system gives us the framework to monitor and improve performance in many areas of our activities.

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City and Guilds

City & Guilds is the biggest name in UK Vocational Education with 2 million learners working towards their qualifications every year. They design relevant vocational qualifications that are deliver through training providers, colleges and employers that help learners gain the skills employers’ value. The qualifications are especially valued by employers because they are developed in conjunction…

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The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes the safe and effective use of powered access worldwide. Set up in 1983, IPAF is a not-for-profit members’ organisation that represents the interests of manufacturers, distributors, users, rental and training companies. It serves as a forum for all active in the world of powered access. IPAF has played a…

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