We aim to provide industry led quality services while doing everything we can to keep our environmental impact to a minimum. Environmental and sustainability issues have long been documented, so it’s important to us that they are also embedded in the way we operate ensuring environmental sustainability is a priority. We are continually exploring and implementing ways to lower the carbon emissions generated by our output, but crucially without affecting its quality. This means tackling practical, day-to-day challenges and spreading sustainable values throughout the charity, with stakeholders and our supply chain.
Forces Employment Charity is committed to its compliance obligations as well as promoting high standards of environmental, sustainability, carbon, and energy management at all our workplaces, and in all our activities.
To achieve this, we will:
The charity set objectives and targets which are measured, monitored, and reviewed to enable continuous improvement in our environmental performance in order to:
At Forces Employment Charity we understand the importance of increasing our employees’ knowledge of climate change science and the environmental targets. Through bespoke workshops for teams and online training, we encourage them to share best practice in sustainable production and other green ways of working.
Through systems and processes that are lean, efficient, effective, and fit for purpose and hassle free for our customers, employees, and suppliers, working towards continual improvement to ensure that:
While we are committed to setting a Net Zero target and establishing what our baseline carbon footprint is, we are also committed to reducing our wider environmental impact through reducing our energy use, waste creation and improving recycling and our travel footprint, Engagement, and consultation with a wide range of stakeholder’s help shape these policies and strategies. We welcomes suggestions from any interested party, members of the public and employees to improve performance.
The responsibility for the Environment, Sustainability and Carbon management lies with the Senior Management Team and Managers. This statement will remain under review to ensure its continuing relevance to the context of the organisation and undergo a formal review each year.
Last updated: 13 October 2022