Civil Safety Training & Rescue is committed to environmental responsibility

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Civil Safety Training & Rescue is committed to managing, developing and expanding our business in a sustainable manner. That’s why we adhere to the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Certification.

ISO 14001 sets the global standard for an effective environmental management system and means that we monitor the environmental impact of our business and work to continually lessen this impact. We recognise our company has an impact on the environment in a number of ways and we wish to minimise these impacts as part of our commitment to prevent pollution and meet all compliance obligations. This includes regularly reviewing our waste disposal and recycling methods and looking at ways to reduce our power consumption.

Commenting on our continued commitment to environmental responsibility Ben Edgley, Managing Director of Civil Safety Training & Rescue said : “We’re committed to using resources responsibly and carefully consider environmental impact when we make business decisions”.


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