1. How does my company get registered to a National Highways Sector Scheme (NHSS) to be listed on the Schedule of Suppliers?
Your company will need to be certified and registered under the NHSS, you must pass an assessment carried out by a Certification Body. UKAS accredits Certification Bodies to the Conformity Assessment Standard ISO 17021-1 for the National Highways Sector Schemes and the registration of CV clients on the schedule of suppliers is a requirement of the Schemes Committees (owners) as described in NHSS0 Part 4 and in the individual scheme documents. You will need to download the NHSS Document for the scheme you wish to be registered for and then engage a certification body that is accredited to assess against the requirements of that specific Sector Scheme document. For steps involved in getting certified under one of more National Highway Sector Schemes visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-highway-sector-schemes-certification-for-contractors-and-subcontractorsIf you already have an ISO9001 certificate without the NHSS shown it may be possible to gain NHSS certification as an extension. You should discuss this with your Certification Body.
2. Where can I find the National Highway Sector Schemes Documents?
The current versions of each National Highway Sector Scheme Document can be found at https://www.ukas.com/technical-services/publications/publications-relating-to-certification-body-accreditation-3/
3. How do I find a Certification Body?
Information on Certification Bodies accredited against NHSS can be found on the UKAS website https://www.ukas.com/search-accredited-organisations/ Please discuss your requirements with the certification body as they may not be able to accredit all schemes.
4. How to I register my company to the Schedule of Suppliers?
Once you have gained accreditation complying with the requirements of ISO9001:(current) and the National Highways Sector Scheme(s) your Certification Body will issue your certificate(s) to you. You can then Register as a supplier on this website. You will need to upload your certificate(s) to register.
Lantra will not accept liability for inaccurate information. You must add your company’s details to the online Schedule of Suppliers. This is the national database of approved contractors for the highways industry. The Schedule is used by highway authorities to check that a company is certified. Many contracting organisations use it to find potential suppliers to invite to tender for projects.
Please see the supplier user guide on the NHSS Schedule of Suppliers home page for assistance with registering to the website.
5. How much will it cost me to register on the Schedule of Suppliers?
We can now offer your company two options.
Option1 – Premium Listing
Your detailed company profile including your logo, certificates, contact details, website etc. can be viewed by potential clients. This information can be accessed when your location pin on the map of suppliers is selected. Your company listing will be returned in the top section of any relevant search results. The fee for this is £50.00 per annum + vat at the current rate.
Please note that if you choose not to renew Option 1 when the renewal fee is due, your entry on the Schedule of Suppliers will revert to the format in option 2.
Option 2 – Standard Listing
Your company name and website address is shown and the National Highway Sector Scheme(s) you are approved can be accessed by clicking view more under the company. Clicking on one of the National Highway Sector Schemes will display the certificate. Whilst you can enter additional information at registration this will not be displayed. This option is free of charge.
Please note the opportunity to choose a Premium listing account is always available through your account.
6. How long will my record be displayed on the website?
Your company record will be displayed on the website until the expiry date of the NHSS ISO9001(current) certificate or, for NHSS8 only, until the expiry date of your HERS certificate. You will be notified by email when your certificate is nearing the expiry date. You can maintain your record by uploading current certificates supporting your listing along with other appropriate certificates by logging into your account at any time. Lantra will not accept liability for inaccurate information.
7. Why are some companies shown in green and some in black?
Companies shown in green and with green pins on the map have selected option 1 (see Q 5) and display more information about the company whilst those shown in black have selected option 2.
8. How are the search results listed?
One search criteria selected– all those suppliers meeting the selected criteria till be shown.
Multiple search criteria selected– those suppliers meeting all the selected criteria only will be shown.
Each Sector Scheme Document provides information on the training that is required. Lantra provides training in support of the following Sector Schemes
10B Permanent Vehicle Restraint Systems incorporating NHSS2B and NHSS5B
12A/B Static Traffic Management on HS Dual Carriageways
12C Mobile Lane Closures on Dual Carriageways
12D Installation, Maintenance and Removal of temporary traffic management on Rural and Urban Roads
10. My Company does not appear on the website – why?
You can contact the Schedule of Supplier team for assistance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. However please check first whether your main certificate has expired and needs to be replaced. This can be done by logging into your account and checking on the certification expiry dates. Please upload current certification when appropriate.
11. Can I advertise on this website?
Yes. Please email us at email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
12. There are two user guides available to assist you with this site
A Supplier user guide – for suppliers registering or registered to the Schedule of Suppliers listing
Public user guide – for assistance to those who wish to search the Schedule of Suppliers listing
Please select User Guides from the home page.
Please select User Guides from the home page.