ACRIBAir Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board (UK)
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By presenting an ACRIB SKILLcard on-site, engineers can avoid the often time-consuming verifications of their suitability and capability, as the cards independently confirm that the holder has demonstrated competence in the handling of various refrigerants, as well as health and safety, and will display any additional relevant qualifications.
David Bostock, past ACRIB chairman who worked with SKILLcard to introduce this new initiative, commented: "The new ACRIB SKILLcard will combine the benefits of a single joint card scheme with more detailed information about the operative's qualifications in various refrigerants including carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon.
These include re-alignment of the audit regime to three-yearly cycles for HVCA members and non-members; a fee structure banded according to business size; the introduction of annual, random desk-top inspections; retention of ACRIB membership or RAC (Blue/Gold) occupational Engineering Services SKILLcard; a publicly accessible website listing of Elite members, and Refcom Elite certificates and van stickers.