Style’s sustainable credentials backed by Gold award
Style has won Gold status from the Supply Chain Sustainability school – an initiative part-funded by the CITB.
Gold status shows that Style has performed to certain standards based on a rigorous evaluation process, and reflects the company’s commitment to sustainability and to the school’s goals.
The Supply Chain Sustainability School helps companies in the construction sector build, maintain and operate more sustainable buildings, infrastructure and homes.
Becoming a member gives companies access to an award winning resource library that comprises e-learning, films, tools and learning resources with best in class knowledge on sustainability, offsite construction and management techniques to help lead and embed change.
Backed by the UK's top construction contractors and clients, the School helps companies meet the challenging targets set out by the UK Construction Strategy 2025.
“We’re delighted to have won Gold status,” said Style’s group managing director, Julian Sargent, “as it further enhances Style’s integrated management systems in environment quality and health and safety.
“Many years ago, we were the first ever UK supplier of EPD certified moveable walls in accordance with ISO 14025 and EN15804.
“Since then, our environmental credentials have gone from strength to strength, and for a long time we have been accredited by ISOQAR to a UKAS standard for ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System, positioning us and our products at the forefront of sustainability in the partitioning, moveable walls sector.”
The Sustainability School provides free practical support in the form of CPD accredited e-learning modules and training workshops, tailored self-assessment and action plans, bench-marking tools, networking opportunities and access to thousands of online resources.
Member benefits include, cost and time savings, business won, increased competitive advantage, reduced risk and enhanced reputation.
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