Through our ten core principals, we undertake to ensure best practice. Our work is carried out in a responsible and considerate manner with full ethical regard to our staff, local communities and the wider environment.
Policies are in place throughout our business dedicated to ensuring that our activities are carried out in a responsible and considerate manner, with regard to our clients, staff, the local communities in which we work and the environment as a whole.
Carmel (UK) Ltd sees some of its responsibilities as:
We see the benefits to both parties as follows:
Through our ten core principles of sustainable development set out in our Environmental Policy Statement (PDF, 463 Kb), to ensure our business is carried our in a responsible and considerate manner.
Our Health and Safety culture is one of prevention, based on proactive risk and safety management, strictly-observed procedures and proper supervision of all our employees.
Our commitment, set out in full in our Health & Safety Policy and our Health & Safety Policy Statement, is to operate to the most stringent health and safety requirements, through training, regular audits and ensuring that adequate resources are available.
Carmel (UK) Ltd is an Equal Opportunities employer, details of which are set out in our Equal Opportunities Policy.
As a member of the key trade associations, we are committed to the highest industry standards of professionalism and responsibility. Please see some of these listed below (each link opens in a new window):
The Carmel (Group) Ltd is committed to sustainability in an ethical manner, we are fully aware that short term and long term economic growth can only be achieved by working towards sustainable objectives. We continually review resource efficiency, the reuse of equipment and resources, reducing waste as well as disposal costs. We aim to make a positive impact on our customers, our people, our environment and the communities that we serve.