Become an Aftercare Provider
What is an Aftercare Provider?
Our Aftercare Providers are approved for the maintenance and replacement of Group SCS products in smoke control systems.
What are the entry requirements?
To become an Aftercare Provider you will need to meet the general entry requirements and hold an appropriate Third-Party Certification. E.g BAFE
Smoke Venting Products Covered
As a Group SCS Aftercare Provider, you will have access to our extensive smoke venting product range covering all areas including:
Automatic opening vent kits containing ventilators or actuators, control panels, smoke detectors, and switches designed to work without the need for specialist services.
BRE Shaft System made up of AOV Kits designed to exhaust smoke from the common lobbies through a builder’s work shaft and operates automatically via smoke detection.
We supply a range of roof hatch and louvered AOV smoke vents and windows suitable for any small single-stair building smoke control system.
Standardised, pre-engineered mechanical smoke shaft systems that are dsigned to fit most high-rise residential buildings.
Packaged car park smoke vent system designed to provide smoke clearance and pollution ventilation to covered car parks.
Our universal, fully addressable damper control system is suitable for the majority of fire and smoke dampers.
A wide range of smoke control panels designed to govern simple as well as complex systems.
A wide range of actuators including chain actuators, folding arm actuators, and linear and spindle actuators.
Your Obligations as an Aftercare Provider
We ask you to commit to the following once your business is registered as an Aftercare Provider:
- Exclusive use of Group SCS products where appropriate/specified
- Promotion of Group SCS on company website
- An Annual Purchase Commitment of £20,000 per annum to keep your Approved Contractor certification active
The following training programmes must be completed by at least one company representative prior to enrolment on the Approved Contractor programme.
Once on the programme, the company will have access to a range of optional training courses to suit their business requirements.
Approved Document B: Fire Safety.
Maintenance requirements - BS9991: Fire safety in the design, management and use of residential buildings - code of practice.
Maintenance management process - BS 7346-8:2013 Components for smoke control systems. Code of practice for planning, design, installation, commissioning and maintenance.
Benefits and our commitment to you
Once you have completed our Approved Contractor course you will be assigned a dedicated account manager to support you going forwards. Our Aftercare Provider will receive the following benefits:
Exclusive Discount and Rebate
Aftercare Providers receive access to the extended range of Group SCS products as well as an exclusive discount.