Social & Corporate Responsibility

The company as part of its ambitious vision of a corporate socially aware modern security industry, has implemented far reaching initiatives designed to minimise the impact of its trading activities on society, economy and the environment. 

The company we believe that doing business in a responsible, sustainable way goes hand in hand with doing business successfully. 

We recognise that we must integrate our business values and operations to meet the expectations of our stakeholders. Stakeholders include customers, employees, regulators, investors, suppliers, the community, other third parties and the environment. 

We recognise that our social, economic, health & safety and environmental responsibilities to these stakeholders are integral to our business. We aim to demonstrate these responsibilities through our actions and within our corporate policies inclusive of not causing any risk/hazard to these stakeholders. 

Our approach to what has become an essential part of our operating culture is what sets us apart from our competitors. Social awareness is more than just words, it is how we operate, from employee welfare to community support. 

The following sections provide a brief synopsis of how we are working towards a safer, cleaner and more sustainable environment. 

The company has a responsibility to manage both the direct and indirect environmental impacts arising from its operations. Environmentally sustainable operating systems are implemented wherever possible to manage our direct impact on our base environment and that of the wider community. 

The introduction of our ‘AWARE’ strategy has empowered all stakeholders within the company to adopt an approach to business that openly seeks to source, adopt and promote environmentally aware products and services, from recycled stationary to community based printers and service providers, thereby reducing our Carbon footprint. 

Other initiatives adopted to reduce our impact on our environment include the following;

• Recycling of paper, card and plastics 
• Introduction of the ‘Paper free Drive’, a movement towards a paper free working environment 
• Promotion of the use of Public transport 
• The adoption of low emission (CO2) company vehicles