Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is important to us and we minimise the impact our processes have on the wider environment.
Find out more about the four aims of our CSR strategy;
Workplace – A healthy environment for us to work in benefits everyone. Supporting our colleague wellbeing and creating a sense of belonging is important.
We support flexible working opportunities, ensure everyone feels safe at work and organise regular events for colleagues to join in with.
Environment – We conduct our business with respect and concern for the environment. We recognise that we have a responsibility to act in a way which manages the impact of our operations on the environment.
We monitor usage and waste, and encourage colleagues to reduce the environmental impact of their activities by promoting and adopting good housekeeping practices and we are ISO14001 and ISO50001 accredited.
These internationally agreed standards set out the requirements for an environmental management system and a voluntary standard for designing, implementing and maintaining an energy management system.
The standards aim to help organizations improve their environmental performance through more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste and continually reduce their energy use, and therefore their energy costs and their greenhouse gas emissions.
Charitable Work – Every year we invite our colleagues to help us raise funds for our chosen charities. The emphasis is to support those within our local community, raising funds in a variety of ways – from prize draws to fun runs and Dress like a Pirate Day!
Community Based – We commit to supporting local community projects to improve the lives of people local to iPSL, by making donations and by hosting local community events.
- Volunteering – Is supported by offering colleagues two paid days to complete volunteer work within the community or for charitable institutions
- Your Charity – The CSR team are able to support employees fund raising for charities of their choice
- Pennies from Heaven – This penny-giving scheme enables colleagues to turn their small change into big change