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Abstract Glass Building

Quality, Sustainability and Environmental Policy

The organisation objectives are to consistently provide a service to its customers, delivered through a comprehensive range of indoor air, water, asbestos and H&S consultancy and surveying services designed to meet the customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

This will be undertaken in a professional manner to enhance customer satisfaction through effective application of the system including processes for continual improvement of the system and assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory standards and defined guidelines.

The top management of the organisation will describe the generic and specific conditions on which it does business for its surveying activities. It will meet its commitment to relevant quality requirements and environmental legislation.

The Leadership has identified quality requirements and significant environmental impacts that its processes may have. The company is committed to preventing or continually reducing its’ environmental impacts, as far as is practicable, to protect the environment and improve quality and health and safety by:

  • Complying with or exceeding all applicable legislation, regulations and codes of best practice.

  • Integrating sustainability considerations into all our business decisions.

  • Operating in ways that maximise positive economic, environmental and social impact on the community and minimise adverse impacts.

  • Operating to prevent pollution and seeking ways to further reduce the environmental impact of the Company’s operations on a continuous basis.

  • Running a programme of ‘reduce, repair, reuse and recycle’ to minimise waste generation and then to dispose responsibly of all surplus materials.

  • Maximising the efficient use of energy and materials.

  • Increasing the use of renewable resources.

  • Minimising the adverse impact of transportation activities on the environment, our Employees and communities.

  • Using external providers with sustainability values and practice similar to our own.

  • Reduce, as far as is reasonably practicable, the risk to the health and safety of its employees, the general public and the occupants of any building in which it is carrying out works.

An Integrated Management System Manual and relevant procedures documents have been prepared and these form the basis for all areas of business activity.

This integrated management system is designed to comply with the internationally approved standard BS EN ISO 9001:2015, BS EN ISO 14001:2015, BS ISO 45001:2018 and to be a contributory document to ISO 17020 for those areas of the business where this is appropriate.

Mike Jamfrey - Managing Director

2rd October 2023

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