Calibre Recruitment enjoys a high quality of environment at its offices. It is therefore committed to maintaining, and wherever possible, improving, the quality of this environment, both for the people who work for Calibre, and for the wider community.
This commitment is reflected in policies which seek to make the most effective and efficient use of all resources, encouraging all employees of the Calibre to develop an ecologically sound and sustainable approach to their work and lifestyle.
Calibre Recruitment aims to contribute to the quality of life of neighbourhoods it works in, and seeks to ensure that development meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. A ‘green’ approach can bring direct benefits and Calibre is committed to improving its environmental performance by addressing the following objectives like “Energy Conservation” and “Waste Reduction and Recycling”
Principles and Policy Objectives
- To adopt, wherever practicable, methods of living and working which reduce the impact on the earth’s biophysical systems, mindful of the potentially disastrous results for us all if the resilience of these systems is exceeded.
- To make all employees at Calibre aware of the environment impacts relating too much of what they do in their daily lives, thus providing a continuing education in the environment.
- To co-operate, where possible, with the wider community, in order to implement environmental policies from the local community through to the global level.
- To comply with, and exceed where practicable, all applicable legislation, regulations and codes of practice.
- To integrate sustainability considerations into all our business decisions.
- To ensure that all staff are fully aware of our Sustainability Policy and are committed to implementing and improving it.
- To minimise the impact on sustainability of all office and transportation activities.
- To make clients and suppliers aware of our Sustainability Policy, and encourage them to adopt sound sustainable management practices.
- To review, annually report, and to continually strive to improve our sustainability performance.
- Calibre Recruitment monitors its use of energy and maximises the efficiency with which it is used. This includes eliminating unnecessary energy use, pursuing a programme of energy conservation. Calibre Recruitment has implemented measures that is allowing a move towards a more carbon-neutral operation.
- Calibre Recruitment regularly monitors and reviews, wherever practicable, its acquisition, use and disposal of materials. When materials and equipment are purchased, preference is given to items produced in ways which cause least harm to the environment and which generate fewest waste materials. Other things being equal, preference is given to suppliers in the region so as to promote the Calibre Recruitment’s links with the community and to minimise travel distance for the delivery of goods.
- Where distribution of information on printed paper is essential, Calibre Recruitment seeks to make the most efficient use of the paper. Calibre Recruitment is also using and developing non-paper based methods of distributing information.
- Calibre Recruitment is making best endeavours to ensure that it uses cleaning materials which are biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
- Calibre Recruitment does not use cleaning materials if there is knowledge that they have been tested on animals.
- Calibre Recruitment assesses every new initiative for its environmental costs and benefits. • Calibre Recruitment monitors its environmental performance in order to demonstrate continuous improvement.
- Calibre Recruitment will continue to pursue policies and practices by which it might enhance the local environment, and will be willing to disseminate details of good practices to interested parties outside the Calibre Recruitment. Above all, i will encourage every individual member of its community to participate in achieving the goals of its environmental policy.
- Reduce consumption of office materials and paper by holding a stationery amnesty