Steve Wilson Decorators recognises
the importance of environmental Protection. It is committed to
meeting this challenge, and has identified which of its processes
could have an environmental effect, and has established
Environmental Management Programmes that will enable it to monitor
and incorporate improvements.
The Management recognise the importance of protecting the
environment, and are fully committed to complying with the
requirements of all relevant legislation, particularly the
Environmental Protection Act, 1990.
In order to achieve this, it is
Management Policy to do all that is reasonable to:
Achieve the highest available
environmental standards in all of our activities, including the
storage and disposal of waste;
Use all resources as efficiently as possible, in
particular making the most economic use of all materials, energy
and water, and to minimise
waste in all parts of the business;
Prepare contingency plans to deal
with foreseeable environmental accidents;
considerations in investment decisions;
Whenever possible, liaise with
out suppliers to persuade them to adopt similar environmental
Assess regularly the
environmental impact resulting from our operations and keep
ourselves fully informed of recognised best practices.
Employees have a duty to co-operate
with these objectives:
By working safely and efficiently
and in an environmentally friendly manner;
By using specific equipment
provided, following instructions and by meeting statutory
By reporting or communicating any
incidents and ideas that will assist the Company to initiate
further improvements to is policies and working practices.
The Managing Director is responsible for the overall implementation
of the company’s Policy on the environment and he has taken on the
role of overseeing the operation of the Company’s Policy, and of
advising employees in environmental matters. All employees have the
responsibility of ensuring that activities under their control
conform to the legal requirements, and that the appropriate
environmental standards are achieved and maintained.
Communication of Policy
copy of this policy statement will be issued to each new employee.
Employees have a responsibility to ensure that the Company complies;
not only with the legal requirements, but with the achievement of
the policy, and their active involvement is encouraged.