Body shop accreditation is founded on two primary conditional elements that correlate with work volume.
To achieve Clear Program Accreditation a repairer must maintain an agreed number of trained estimators and BETAG OPRS technicians [link to OPRS page].
The actual number is determined in relation not the average monthly sales and work volume of the body shop.
To achieve Clear Program Accreditation, body shops are also required to have appropriate outer panel repair equipment to enable technicians to repair outer panels efficiently and in accordance with OEM procedure and standards.
This can be BETAG’s Advanced Equipment [link to Equipment homepage] for outer panel repairs or an equivalent alternative,which will be verified during the equipment audit element of the Benchmark.