Setsquare acknowledges its responsibility to, and the commercial advantages of, maintaining a sound environmental policy and approach which meets the requirements of BS EN ISO 14001. We recognise the importance of, no matter how small, the impact of our activities on the environment and that there is a need to constantly consider ways in which we can conserve energy and minimise waste in all activities that we undertake. In addition to compliance with all relevant legislation and regulations, we endeavour to take positive action in reducing impact on the environment by a measured programme of focused activities.
It is our policy to work with our suppliers to ensure that all waste is disposed of in line with legal and environmental requirements and in line with our Waste segregation and environmental disposal policy.
Recycling and use of Recycling Materials
To utilise, and promote the use of, recycled materials whenever possible, ensuring that materials are disposed of in an environmentally safe manner at the end of their useful life.
To manage electricity, water and gas supplies to ensure minimum consumption through energy efficient initiatives. It is our policy to make efficient use of natural light within our building and to conserve energy by adopting an ‘only turn on when using’ approach to utilities.
Environmental Management Awareness
To raise and maintain a high level of understanding of, and participation in, environmental best practices by staff and suppliers. We will only use manufacturers of timber and sheet material who have successfully obtained PEFC Chain of Custody, ensuring that the supplies are from legal and well managed forests and suppliers that meet a high standard of environmental management and who are committed to extending the ranges of eco-friendly products.
The Quality Policy
It is the policy of Setsquare Staging Limited to maintain a quality system designed to meet the requirements of EN ISO 9001 in pursuit of its primary objectives. The company’s Quality Manual defines our quality objectives and key procedures. Customer service is an essential part of the quality process and to ensure this is fulfilled, all employees receive training to ensure awareness and understanding of quality and its impact on customer service. To ensure the company maintains its awareness for continuous improvement, the quality system is regularly reviewed and is subject to annual audit. The requirements of the company’s quality system are mandatory – all company personnel have a responsibility and obligation to it.
Health and Safety Policy Statement
Setsquare Staging Ltd will: establish and implement a Health and Safety Management System to manage the risks associated with our premises and activities. Regularly monitor our performance and revise our Health and Safety Management System as necessary to ensure we achieve our objective of continuous improvement. Provide sufficient resources to meet the requirements of current Health and Safety legislation and aim to achieve the standards of ‘Good Practice’ applicable to our activities.
We will: actively promote an open attitude to Health and Safety issues, encouraging staff to identify and report hazards so that we can all contribute to creating and maintaining a safe working environment. Communicate and consult with our staff on all issues affecting their health and safety and, in doing so, bring this policy to their attention. Provide adequate training for our staff to enable them to work safely and effectively, and to ensure they are competent and confident in the work they carry out. Carry out and regularly review risk assessments to identify hazards and existing control measures.
We will: prioritise, plan and complete any corrective actions required to reduce risk to an acceptable level. Maintain our premises and work equipment to a standard that ensures that risks are effectively managed. Ensure that responsibilities for Health and Safety are allocated, understood, monitored and fulfilled. Retain access to competent advice and assistance through the support of Croner, thereby ensuring that we are aware of relevant changes in legislation and ‘Good Practice’. Co-operate with other organisations to ensure that they are aware of any risks to their staff and other people posed by our activities, that we are aware of any risks to our staff from their activities, and that we comply with the relevant requirements of legislation.
We will: co-operate with other organisations on construction sites to ensure that they are aware of any risks to their employees and other people posed by our activities, that we are aware of any risks to our employees from their activities, and that we comply with the requirements of relevant legislation. It is the duty of all of us when at work: to take reasonable care of our own safety, to take reasonable care of the safety of others who may be affected by what we do or fail to do, to co-operate so that we can all comply with our legal duties, to ensure we do not interfere with or misuse anything provided in the interests of health and safety.