As Limeslade Consulting grows, we aim to establish clear lines of ethics and responsibility. Everyone who works with us will be clear on our ethical policies and standards:
Modern Slavery: we will adopt a complete zero-tolerance position on violations of anti-human trafficking and anti-modern slavery laws. This will apply to any aspect of our supply chain and partners.
Doing Good Stuff: we’ve already started working on a range of CSR activities. We organise the “Expertise Rocks” series of events (www.expertiserocks.com). All our printing work is carried out by Brentwood Community Print (www.brentwoodcommunityprint.org) – a community interest company. We’re big fans (and official Champion) of the 100 Years Project. We bank with the Co-Operative Bank – well known for their ethical policies, to which we subscribe. And we’re members of the Lighthouse Club. Stuart’s also a mentor for Buildforce UK. We sponsor the Birkbeck College law school annual contract law essay prize.
Gadding About: unless absolutely necessary, we will fly economy class to minimise our footprint. When travelling around the UK / Europe, we’ll travel by train unless it’s absolutely impossible to do so. And of course it goes without saying that the bicycle is our preferred mode of transportation for getting around towns and cities!
Live & Let Live: We won’t tolerate any level of intolerance, be that along the lines of religion, race, sexuality or any other of the things that make the world a diverse and interesting place to be. Limeslade likes nice people – that’s all we ask of the world!
Honesty and Openness: we’ll do our very best to be completely open and honest with all our clients. If you have any doubts about this, just shout, if there’s anything we’ve missed, we’ll hold our hands up!
Certification: As time progresses, it’s our intention to work to the principles of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, and will look to our suppliers and partners to ensure they implement similar standards.
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