At Warden Plastics we believe in sustainability and supporting initiatives that promote environmental responsibility.
Corporate Social Responsibility
At Warden Plastics we believe in sustainability and supporting initiatives that promote environmental responsibility. Complying with environmental legislation is essential to Warden, but where we believe it right, we endeavour to go beyond just compliance.
Warden Plastics is determined to minimise our own environmental impact, as well as having a beneficial environmental impact on our customers' products. To achieve this we are constantly seeking new, more efficient methods of working, and seeking to reduce our carbon footprint at all opportunities.
Warden Plastics believes strongly in operating to the highest possible standards and providing a safe, comfortable and responsive working environment for all its staff. Continuous improvements are made through regular meetings and discussions with staff representatives. We make every effort to not only comply with regulations but to go further by introducing our own corporate policies and guidelines, some of which can be found below.
To maintain the highest possible standards for social and ethical compliance throughout our company and supply chain we are a Sedex audited member. This is verified by regular on site assessments by an external third party that ensures our best practises are meeting the standards required of a SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit). We would be happy to link any potential customers, who are also members of Sedex, to our profile.
Health, Safety & Security
We strive to promote the health, safety and security of all our employees through awareness and training. This is achieved through sound operating procedures, setting of high standards for well-maintained facilities and equipment, and by rigorous monitoring of our performance. The ultimate aim of our HSS policy is to provide employees with a workplace that meets the highest of standards.
- Promote and drive a strong, positive safety culture
- Encourage reporting of accidents and near misses
- Setting of objectives and targets to promote continuous improvement
- Electing staff representatives who meet on a regular basis to suggest changes
- Introduction of a whistleblowing system to allow for anonymous reports
- Regular internal audits of procedures to ensure standards are being met