The Ska Rating System
Ska Rating is a RICS-led and owned environmental assessment method, benchmark and standard for non-domestic fit outs. It helps landlords and tenants assess fit out projects against a set of sustainability good practice criteria, known as 'Good Practice Measures' (GPM).
Its main features are:
Project driven: labels fit out projects irrespective of base building
A free online tool: to help organisations achieve more sustainable fit outs (Businesses only pay if they want formal certification)
Flexible scoping: the tool only measures what is within the specific project's scope
The system comprises over 100 good practice measures across energy & CO2, waste, water pollution, transport, materials and wellbeing.
Each good practice measure is outlined in a data sheet explaining the criteria that need to be achieved, including the rationale behind the measure and guidance on how to achieve the Ska rating.
The principle materials listed in the Ska Rating for which Forza would be asked to supply are as follows:
|SKA RATING||SKA ID||GOOD PRACTICE MEASURE||SKA PAGE NO|
|92||M13||Hard Wall covering||79|
When requested by the subcontractor (customer) Forza are able to supply Product that meets certain criteria within the above good practice measures.
Specifically: Chain of Custody (CoC) forest certification scheme
- Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®)
- Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC)
Forza Certificate References are:
- FSC Certificate No. C816129CU-COC-01.2011
- PEFC Certificate No. C816129PEFC-01.2011