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The Liverpool Recruitment Company passes 13th rail RISQS audit

The Liverpool Recruitment Company has passed its two-day Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) audit – the company’s 13th rail audit pass. 

The team of specialist consultants, with over 20 years’ experience of delivering focused recruitment and human resource solutions, passed again with no minor or major observations. 

The UK rail’s supplier assurance scheme is run by the industry, for the industry, under the stewardship of RSSB.  


It remains central to the safe and cost-effective procurement of railway products and services, providing assurance for more than 90 buyers, including Network Rail and Transport for London. 

The success for The Liverpool Recruitment Company further cements its position as a leading provider with some of the UK’s largest rail contractors. 

Jessie Clegg, Rail Recruitment Consultant, said: “This is a great achievement and is testament to everyone at The Liverpool Recruitment Company, showing our commitment to working well and working safely. 

“As an organisation we are continually striving to provide the best quality of service for the rail industry, the success of the RISQS audit for the 13th year is further evidence of this.” 

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