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At Graypen we understand the importance of ensuring a continued strong Corporate Responsibility Strategy (CRS). No organisation can simply 'designate responsibility', and at Graypen we make it clear to all employees that they must play an equal part in understanding, following, questioning and reviewing our CRS.
This horizontal sharing of responsibility ensures that together, and with our partners and customers, we will move forward with strength and confidence, remaining focused on achieving our goals in the correct manner.
We ensure that no matter what task is being carried out, in whatever location, that all our staff fully understand and workto Group Policy. Further, we ensure that all our staff respect the working practices of others. It is with the combined commitment of our customers and our network of partners that we are able to work together with a total confidence, understanding, and respect for local working practices through honesty, trust and mutual respect.
Graypen continuously defines, documents, and evaluates its processes also our responsibilities, involvement and commitment for the fulfilment of customers' needs and requirements by:
- consistently meeting or exceeding the expectations of the client
- providing services that meet and comply with applicable statutory/regulatory requirements
- setting quantifiable aims and objectives
- putting in place plans to ensure that the aims and objectives are improved upon through continuous KPIs
Graypen has a General Manager responsible for Quality, Safety and Performance whose role is to ensure all systems andprocesses are applied effectively, consistently monitored, reviewed when necessary and evolved when required.
Graypen is committed to protecting the environment. In keeping with this policy, our objective is to reduce waste and the consumption of resources wherever possible. The protection of the environment is everyone's responsibility and all employees are expected to understand and adhere to our environmental policy. Graypen actively works to lower the Company's carbon footprint and work in partnership with employees, customers and communities to achieve wider environmental objectives. We remain committed to enjoying a long term sustainable environment developed through effective waste management and recycling practices.
Graypen recognises that it has a responsibility to achieve the highest standards of Health & Safety for all employees, sub-contractors and visitors. The Company has a commitment not only to comply with statutory requirements and current legislation but to the effective management and continuous improvement of Health & Safety throughout all aspects of work carried out by the Company. EU Working Time Directive regulations are rigorously observed for employees working in hazardous environments and precautions taken to ensure that fatigue levels are monitored so that we safely manage any staff deemed to be at 'high risk'.
The Company is committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in its business in the UK and overseas. An Anti-Bribery policy outlines the Company's position on preventing and prohibiting bribery, in accordance with the Bribery Act 2010. Graypen will not tolerate any form of bribery by, or of, its employees, partners, agents or consultants or any person or body acting on its behalf. Senior management is committed to preventing and eliminating bribery in any form.