Corporate Accreditation

ACCREDITED CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP of the BDMA requires organisations to meet stringent criteria and will only be achieved by companies where a majority of their damage management staff are professionally qualified as individuals.

It will normally take an organisation between 3 and 5 years, after their individual staff start the accreditation process, to achieve Corporate accreditation. The requisite criteria are audited annually and must continue to be met in order to maintain accredited status.

Accredited Corporate Members are entitled to display the Corporate Collective Mark, which is provided in association with their membership number. This is a registered trade mark and any VIOLATION of the terms and conditions of use are treated very seriously and action taken where appropriate.

The Corporate Collective Mark must be removed immediately from all literature, websites, and other media as well as from company vehicles if an organisations fails to meet the accreditation criteria at annual audit.


CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP – ENTRY CRITERIA

Organisations with 60% of their total damage management technicians accredited by the BDMA at Technician level, of which 10% must be accredited at Senior Technician Level.

Entry Method: Qualifying criteria ratified by BDMA Executive.
Fees: No annual fee.


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