Chartermark

Chartermark

see CITIZENS'CHARTER.
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The group have also liaised with presentations from LGBT Scotland on attitudes and role models and are progressing towards a Chartermark.
Birmingham Airport and Marketing Birmingham become two of the first 100 companies across the UK to be awarded a new Chartermark for providing leading welcome to Chinese visitors ?
We have held the Chartermark Award for excellent customer service since 1999 - and when this award was replaced by the Customer Service Excellence Award, we were successful in achieving that earlier this year.
In addition, the adult education service has also received Chartermark status for the sixth year running.
There aren't many but once logged on the chartermark stamp is visible and users can then to to the Royal Society's website to find the registration of the pharmacist named there.
The Neath Port Talbot Hospital was awarded Chartermark status in 2003 in recognition of the quality of the services provided by the hospital which it still retains to this day.
And Birmingham City Council, recently handed the Government's Chartermark award, has exceeded all three targets.
We have won, and retained, a Government Chartermark for our customer service centres and two years ago we won the Association of Public Service Excellence Award.
The council service has received the prestigious Chartermark status two years after being formed.
Sport England last year brought in a Chartermark for excellence with the aim to improve standards in sporting clubs across the country and the RFU Seal of Approval is a method of examining, maintaining and improving rugby in youth and mini sections.
They were also given a commendation and gold chartermark medallion by Tayside Police Chief Constable William Spence at the ceremony in Perth Police HQ.
Talking to the media in October 1995, Mr Brown announced that British Gas was voluntarily withdrawing from the government's Chartermark scheme (part of the Citizens' Charter initiative) since it would be difficult to meet the service requirements in the `new competitive world' of the gas market.