Joyce & Reddington acknowledges its responsibility to the environment. We take actions to ensure that our business operations proceed with long-term sustainability in mind and that we use natural resources in a responsible way.
To this end, we:
- comply with all relevant regulatory requirements
- incorporate environmental factors into business decisions
- set annual targets to reduce impacts of activities, products and services
- increase staff awareness and promotes good environmental performance
- publish an environmental policy and other appropriate environmental information.
Our environmental objectives, which are reviewed on an annual basis, are to:
- conserve energy and other resources
- improve efficiency of materials used
- reduce waste and increase reuse and recycling
- monitor and record regulatory consents and authorisations
- employ best practice techniques and procedures for measuring and controlling emissions, discharges and wastes
- provide all staff with relevant environmental training and relevant job-specific training
- work with suppliers, contractors and subcontractors to improve their environmental performance
The management and employees of Joyce & Reddington are totally committed to the consistent delivery of high quality products and services. To support this, the company promotes a total quality philosophy, which insists upon personal effort from every member of staff in every task they undertake and an ongoing commitment to continuous improvement.
To meet our commitment, we:
- ensure compliance with relevant statutory and safety requirements
- foster a team approach to defect prevention and problem solving
- provide appropriate training for all employees
- recognise each employee's responsibility for quality
- empower employees to question processes and suggest improvements
- exchange expertise with clients, suppliers and competitors
- use only pre-vetted suppliers
- receive raw materials and outside processed parts only when accompanied by appropriate certifications and inspection documentation
- accept only conforming products and services from suppliers
- minimise waste and inefficiency
- seek out technologies that assist the achievement of high quality
- practice good housekeeping
- review our Quality Policy on an annual basis.
Health & Safety Policy Statement
In accordance with its duty under Section 2(3) of the Health and Safety at Work, Act, 1974, and in fulfilling its obligations to employees, visitors, neighbours, contractors and the general public who may be affected by its activities, the Directors of Joyce and Reddington have produced the following Statement of Policy in respect of health, safety, welfare and environmental concerns.
It is the aim of the Directors, so far as reasonably practicable, to ensure :
- That the working environment of all employees is safe and without risks to health and that adequate provision is made with regard to the facilities and arrangements for first aid and welfare at work.
- The provision and maintenance of plant and systems of work that are safe and without risks to health.
- The provision and issue of all necessary PPE free of charge to all employees.
- That persons who are not in our employ, who may be affected by our activities, are not exposed to risks to their health and safety.
- Information, instruction, training and supervision are provided, as necessary, to secure the health and safety at work of all employees.
- Arrangements for the use, handling, storage and transportation of articles and substances for use at work that are safe and without risk to health.
- Adequate information is available with respect to articles and substances used at work, dealing with the conditions and precautions necessary to ensure that, when properly used, they present no risks to health or safety.
- The Company has employed a Consultant Health & Safety Advisor to provide advice and guidance on health and safety matters. Employees also have direct access to the H&S Advisor.
- There is suitable provision for the safe access and egress to and from all working areas.
The Directors have the responsibility for the implementation of this Health and Safety Policy. Staff are reminded of their legal requirement to comply with the Health and Safety Policy. In particular, they are required :
- To take reasonable care for their own health and safety at work and of those who may be affected by their acts or omissions.
- To co-operate with their employer to ensure that they comply with any duty or requirement for health and safety, imposed upon their employer by law, and contained in this Statement and the Policy, Arrangements and Procedures Manual.
- Not to intentionally or recklessly interfere with or miss-use anything provided in the interests of health safety or welfare.
This Policy will be reviewed on an annual basis or more frequently should any circumstances deem it necessary