We show our customers, suppliers, business associates and employees respect and courtesy. We work ethically and responsibly and adhere to industry codes of practice. As you might expect, we follow accredited quality management procedures.
An an IT Lab company, we comply with the group’s Green Policy. We meet our legal obligations relating to the provision of information security and associated services. We maintain good relationships with all regulatory bodies.
We’re committed to protecting the environment by operating responsibly. At a high level, we do this by:
- Assessing and regularly re-assessing the environmental effects of our activities.
- Training our employees in environmental issues.
On a practical level, we minimise our carbon footprint by:
a) Avoiding wasteful printing.
b) Recycling plastic, paper, aluminium cans, glass and redundant mobile phones.
c) Managing our energy consumption, e.g. turning off lights, closing windows, daily check screen closures.
d) Sourcing recycled products for staff use, e.g. pens and drinks mats.
e) Using electronic communications instead of posting, e.g. invoices and payslips.
f) Reducing our impact on the roads by: our cycle to work scheme, car sharing, video-conferencing technology and installing software remotely.
We’re happy to share further details on request.
IT Lab’s chosen charity for 2018 is the NSPCC: their cause is close to all our hearts. Through staff fundraising initiatives and company contributions, we’ve been privileged to donate several thousand pounds.
Other charitable activities take place across our offices. These include supporting a food bank in Manchester and volunteer work for the homeless in London. We couldn’t be prouder of the dedication of our many colleagues.
We also donate equipment to children’s nurseries and schools.