HB Projects recognises its responsibilities for the wider environment and to the local community.
It is committed to comply with all relevant environmental legislation and to continually improve environmental performance through appropriate initiatives, controls, provision of resources and training of employees.
Management objectives and targets are established and reviewed on a regular basis to implement the Environmental Policy. These are based on a commitment to seven environmental principles:
- Prevention of pollution;
- Identification of the organisation’s significant environmental aspects and impacts;
- Minimisation of energy and material usage and the production of waste;
- Effective and responsible waste management and disposal;
- Promoting product reuse and recycling;
- Maintaining high workforce awareness of environmental issues;
- Involving suppliers, contractors and customers in environmental initiatives;
An Environmental Management System (EMS) is available which is to ensure compliance with the International Standard ISO 14001:2015. Top management shall implement and maintain this environmental policy in line with this environmental management system. This integrates environmental understanding and control into other systems and procedures, under the committed direction of the senior management team and with the support of all employees, suppliers and contractors.
The EMS’s effectiveness is monitored and maintained by regular audit and management review.
This Environmental Policy is communicated to all employees and made available to the public on request.
The involvement of its workforce and external interested and affected parties in its Environmental Policy is encouraged by the organisation through effective communication procedures.
We require all employees to conduct their duties in accordance with our Policy and in doing so; reflect the individual and corporate professionalism that is the keystone of our continuing success as a company.
This policy will be reviewed at least annually or when legislation demands and improvements made where required.
Date Issued: 9th July 2020
Review Date: July 2022