Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
You can demonstrate your commitment to improving your environmental performance by producing a mission or policy statement. This should be kept up to date and be supported and reviewed by senior management.
You policy statement should state clearly how you will continually improve your environmental performance and cover issues such as:
Management can demonstrate its commitment to the policy by making sure that the resources are in place to allow the aims of the policy to be achieved.
Make sure that you incorporate its principles into staff development, procedures, company business strategies and action plans.
You can find more detailed advice on Environmental policies, including examples and checklists, on the Resource Efficient Scotland (RES) website.
Produce a policy statement
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