The SITMA Scheme is not owed by any company or entity. SITMA is part of The Building Compliance Testers Association and is a founding member. The SITMA Directors are all non-executive and voluntary, apart from Barry Cope, Scheme Manager and David Pickavance, SITMA Chair of the Board of Directors.
SITMA’s scope can be found in it’s entirety here.
As a minimum, all SITMA members must:
Entry into SITMA is through two routes to gain access into the scheme:
Entry via this route is usually through post attendance of the training course (CCBAM)
Entry via this route is via assessment. Any applicant can apply to join SITMA via the APEL route, however failed attempts to join will result in further assessment fees.
SITMA provides a Registered Sound Insulation Testing scheme with two levels. When applying for SITMA, you may choose one or both levels.
Level 1 testing is for those who will be testing airborne wall and floor testing. This will be done in accordance to BS EN ISO 140-4:1998
and BS EN ISO 717-1:2020
Level 2 testing is for those who will be completing impact floor testing. This will be done in accordance to BS EN ISO 140-7:1998
and BS EN ISO 171-2:2020
Recording tests on the SITMA Lodgement Portal is mandatory for all testers. The Lodgement Portal ensures accurate testing and is required as part of the certification. The Lodgement system saves SITMA members time by
SITMA employs experienced sound insulation testers and acoustic consultants that conduct audits. Lee Thompson who is employed solely to conduct audits all day every day ensuring testers maintain the high quality that is expected from them
If you’re interested in becoming a member of SITMA then don’t hesitate to contact if you have any questions.