Broadstock Office Furniture Ltd is an independent company involved in the design, manufacture, fit-out and furnishing of work space. The company is based in Macclesfield and operates throughout the UK.
It is the policy of Broadstock Office Furniture Ltd to provide its customers with high quality products and services and to minimise any environmental impact on customers, supply chain partners and neighbours.
The Directors of Broadstock Office Furniture Ltd recognise their responsibility to the environment and publish this policy to show their commitment to its protection both locally and globally.
We have recognised that through our operations and the activities of our suppliers that we inevitably impact on the environment. Through regular environmental reviews and audits we have highlighted the use of raw materials, energy and fuel use and the production and disposal of waste, including end disposal of product, as the main aspects of our activities. We will routinely assess these significant aspects and set targets to ensure continual improvement of our environmental performance using ‘ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental Management Systems’. We will review our performance in meeting these targets on a regular basis. The company is a full member of the Furniture Industry Sustainability Programme and ensures that raw materials used in the manufacture of its core products are sourced from sustainable sources through its accreditations with the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC Chain of Custody Certificate TT-COC-002245), and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes (PEFC Chain of Custody Certificate BMT-PEFC-1114).
The company will ensure that proper managerial, technical and administrative controls will operate in order to enable this policy to be maintained. We will seek to incorporate the use of processes, pratices, materials or products that are compatible with our commitment to prevention of pollution.
Broadstock Office Furniture Ltd will comply with all applicable legal requirements, regulations and any other requirements of industry best practice. New requirements will be assessed and complied with if appropriate to the business. The Environmental Management System's certification will be maintained through regular third party audits.
It is also the pratice of the company to ensure that all personnel involved in the company's operations receive and understand the requirements of this policy and have the appropriate training. Additionally it will ensure that each employee understands the environmental aspects and impacts of their job function.
It is the responsibility of all employees to understand those sections of the company Environmental Management System which relate to their activities within the organisation.
This policy will be communicated to our customers and employees and is available to the public and other interested parties on request.
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