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Environmental & Ethical Policy

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Environmental & Ethical Policy

 

Robinson Healthcare is fully committed to meeting customers’ needs. This commitment also includes much wider responsibilities and embraces the need for high ethical and environmental standards that affect customers and staff, whilst contributing to a sustainable future for everyone.

 

Environmental Standards

 

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Today more than ever, a company’s environmental performance is a crucial issue as it affects staff, the local community and the international desire for a cleaner, greener future. In response, Robinson Healthcare invests heavily in environmentally friendly manufacturing procedures and has certification to BS EN ISO 14001:2004, the internationally recognised standard that defines the establishment, implementation and operation of an Environmental Management System (EMS).

 

 

 

The EMS is a framework that allows Robinson Healthcare to consistently control its impact on the environment, reduce the risk of releasing pollutants, ensure compliance with environmental legislation and continually improve its business operations. Robinson Healthcare has made significant investment in a number of areas:

 

  • Efficient use of natural resources achieved by the installation of a new high temperature steam generation plant and aircompressors
  • Reduced impact on the local community through noise reduction initiatives
  • Strict recycling policy, sending virtually zero waste to landfill
  • Transfer of packaging materials to options that are wholly recyclable or recycled 

 

The company is fully committed to continual improvement in all areas, as required by ongoing certification to BS EN ISO14001:2004.


Ethical Policy

 

Robinson Healthcare operates to high ethical standards. To demonstrate this, the company is independently audited in compliance with the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) Base Code. This is a nine point, internationally recognised code of labour practice. The audit also encompasses raw material suppliers, requiring compliance with the code in the context of local employment legislation. Robinson Healthcare personnel visit raw material suppliers a minumum of every 6 months to carry out audits and ensure continued compliance with the code.

 

ETI Base Code

  1. Employment is freely chosen
  2. Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining are respected
  3. Working conditions are safe and hygienic
  4. Child labour shall not be used
  5. Living wages are paid
  6. Working hours are not excessive
  7. No discrimination is practiced
  8. Regular employment is provided
  9. No harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed

Click here to download a copy of the Robinson Healthcare Ethical Policy.

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