Welcome to CECOPS, the Community Equipment Code of Practice Scheme
Community disability equipment is a fundamental part of our care system and is provided by many organisations across all sectors. It ranges from simple aids to complex technologies such as telehealth and life-support equipment, for children and adults. Effective equipment provision results in good clinical and financial outcomes, and is vital in supporting policies and strategies for keeping more people independent, and for addressing ageing population issues.
CECOPS C.I.C supports central government, local agencies and providers from all sectors in commissioning and providing safe, good quality and efficient services, whilst enabling compliance with legal and regulatory obligations. This is achieved by following the officially recognised ‘Code of Practice for Community Equipment’. CECOPS administers the Code of Practice Scheme, where organisations in the UK adopt the Code of Practice through registration and by seeking accreditation status. CECOPS also oversees Approved Training as part of the Scheme.
About the Code of Practice Scheme
- How the Code of Practice Scheme works
- Why join the Code of Practice Scheme
- Benefits of the Code of Practice Scheme