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It is the policy of Cooper Insulation to minimise its effects on the environment, through itsactivities, as far as is reasonably practicable. Cooper Insulation environmental policy willbe intrinsically linked to our Health & Safety, Quality Assurance, Waste Management, andPurchasing policies.
It is our promise to comply with all relevant environmental legislation and bestmanagement practices. Our activities will be continuously monitored and upgraded inline with our policy and external influencing factors such as environmental legislation,changes in technology, and market pressures. It is the company’s policy which is bothbacked and spear headed by the company’s directors and management to improveour environmental performance, enhance our legislative compliance, prevent pollutionand conserve natural resources at all times. Cooper Insulation will minimise adverseenvironmental impacts of the services we deliver by using the best available techniques.We will ensure that all subcontractors, suppliers and agencies working on our behalf willcomply with, and up hold, the environmental standards that we have set.
We will make available all necessary information and training to both our employees(and the public where appropriate) to help implement this policy and to raise awarenessof the potential environmental consequences of our activities.
Cooper Insulation is committed to the concept of social responsibility, work shall continuein developing and building partnerships with the relevant local authorities, regulators, ourclients and local resident groups.When requested will produce all information available,regarding any of our projects or activities.
The directors of Cooper Insulation have planned and established measurable objectivesand targets based on the Environmental Policy for the ongoing development of thecompany and its clients. These objectives are regularly reviewed and measured bymanagement.
Management strive to build on the environmental management system we haveachieved through a process of continuous improvement and also undertakes to reviewannually the environmental policy and consider the need for any amendments in thelight of changing circumstances.
Dated: 2nd May 2011
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