We are aware of the impact our business has on the environment and have taken and continue to take appropriate steps to mitigate that impact, including setting environmental objectives and targets, implementing procedures and providing training so that our team members understand their environmental responsibilities and can seek to improve environmental performance.
We hold ISO 14001:2015 certification to fully demonstrate our commitment to reducing our environmental impact and implementing the following:
- Assess and regularly re-assess the environmental effects of the Organisation’s activities
- Training of employees in environmental and circular economy issues
- Minimise the production of waste
- Minimise material wastage
- Minimise energy wastage
- Promote the use of reusing, recyclable and renewable materials
- Prevent pollution in all its forms
- Control noise emissions from operations
- Minimise the risk to the public and employees from operations and activities undertaken by the Organisation
We hold ISO 9001:2015 certification which demonstrates our ongoing commitment to quality management systems, ensuring we consistently provide products and services which meet customer and regulatory requirements.
As a Sedex member we are committed to being a responsible business, sourcing responsibly and improving ethical standards and working conditions within the supply chain.
Sedex is one of the world’s leading ethical trade service providers, working to improve working conditions in global supply chains. Sedex provides practical tools, services and a community network to help companies improve their responsible and sustainable business practices and source responsibly.
As part of our commitment to continually improve our business practices and corporate social responsibility management, we undertook a series of assessments from EcoVadis and have since been awarded with the Bronze EcoVadis Sustainability Rating.
EcoVadis is a sustainability ratings provider, focusing on providing businesses with the tools and ratings needed to improve their sustainability practises and effectively manage corporate social responsibility.
Essential for smart and responsible business, sustainability can be broken down into four key themes which businesses are then assessed on:
- Labour & Human Rights
- Sustainable Procurement