“The assessor has no concerns at all following this assessment, as a result continued registration to ISO 14001 is therefore recommended. The outcome of this assessment is the result of a commendable team effort from all company personnel.” John Clift, Accredited ISO14001 Assessor, International Certification Services for ACS Registrars
The Environmental Management System Policy Statement
Darke & Taylor Ltd has developed an environmental management system which has been assessed and registered against the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Assurance Standard.
Darke & Taylor Ltd is responsible for the design, procurement, installation and maintenance of electrical systems in the commercial, industrial and domestic markets. As a part of the construction industry, the company recognises that its activities have an impact on the environment.
Darke & Taylor Ltd is committed to limiting the environmental impact of its activities. In particular this commitment includes:
- Complying with the requirements of environmental legislation and approved codes of practice
- Assessing the environmental impact of current and future operations
- Continually improving the Company’s environmental performance
- Preventing pollution, emissions and waste
- Raising awareness, encouraging participation and training employees in environmental matters
- Complying with environmental management systems and requirements in locations where business is undertaken, and those operated by the companies we subcontract to
- Encouraging sub-contractors and suppliers to work in an environmentally responsible manner
- Ensuring all renewable energy and micro-generation systems designed and installed comply with the relevant regulations and perform optimally, therefore improving impact on the environment for our clients
- Commencing the process of adapting the current environmental management system to comply with the latest revised ISO 14001:2015 standard
In order to monitor the environmental performance of the company, Darke & Taylor Ltd will continue to document, implement and maintain an environmental management system based upon the requirements of BS EN ISO 14001:2004 and to commence the process of updating the management system to the requirements of the new BS EN ISO 14001:2015 standard.