We (The Company and its directors) are committed to delivering products and services to a high and repeatable standard of quality to exceed customer and stakeholder expectations using People, Process and Technology. We are also committed to building an understanding of our customer’s current and future needs.
We are committed to providing a structured management system to lead the company forward.
We are committed to involving our people through teamwork, to share their knowledge and experiences to shape our future and continually improve the quality of the solutions and services we offer our customers.
We are committed to developing and training our staff in line with the needs of the business and leading edge technologies.
We are committed to creating, maintaining and continually improving documented and undocumented processes to achieve the company’s objectives.
Measuring our performance
We are committed to measuring our quality performance against set goals and to continually improve our standards.
We are committed to reviewing the quality objectives we set ourselves to constantly improve our quality systems, our processes and system performance.
We are committed to working with our suppliers to improve the quality of products and services we supply our customers.
Eurodata, based in the heart of London, has carved a unique niche in the IT solutions market. Innovative and vendor-independent, we offer a one-stop-shop covering hardware sales and support, software support, database design, network services, security, architecture, implementation and design. Concern for the environment is an integral part of Eurodata’s business strategy.
In practise Eurodata:
Is committed to good environmental management practice in connection with carrying out its own business operations to sustain and improve the environment.
Recognises that wasting energy causes avoidable pollution;
A concern for the environment will improve working conditions
We are committed to working closely with relevant statutory bodies to meet all applicable legislation and shall seek to make regular improvements to reduce our impact on the environment
Will endeavour to work closely with relevant requirements and standards set by Trade Associations, Business Associations and customers and other appropriate organisations to reduce our impact on the environment
Will publicise the policy to all employees to ensure that they are aware of their own responsibilities within it, and to all interested parties.
In particular Eurodata will:
Will continually monitor and measure its performance and report findings to senior management.
Strive to reduce wastage to a minimum and to recycle materials to the maximum. Where possible materials will be reused and recycled to minimise need for waste treatment or disposal and to conserve resources.
Seek to achieve high environmental standards in all departments of the business
Discuss environmental issues regularly at the highest levels of the company
Train and regularly consult employees on good environmental practices
Liaise with suppliers and clients to facilitate improvements in our and their business operations and in the manufacturing, procurement and installation chain and promote the recycling of materials
Increase our investment in clean, energy efficient technologies and reduce environmental impacts arising from our energy consumption as far as is practical, consistent with the operational needs of our activities.
Eurodata recognises it has a vital role in furthering sustainable development, through its procurement of goods and services. Procurement decisions have a major socio-economic and environmental implications, both locally and globally, now and for future generations.
Eurodata will therefore strive to:
People, Education and Awareness
Educate, train and encourage internal procurers to review their consumption of goods/services, reduce usage and adopt more environmentally friendly alternative products
Communicate the sustainable procurement policy to all staff, suppliers and other stakeholders
Policy, Strategy & Communications
Consider the costs and benefits of environmentally preferable goods and services as alternatives
Investigate the impact of the Eurodata’s expenditure on goods and services, via purchase spend analysis, to identify potential environmental impacts
Investigate opportunities for the recycling and re-use of materials where appropriate
Assess the environmental and corporate risks to the organisation with a commitment to continually improving sustainable performance related to the supply chain
Work in partnership with other organisations, such as buying consortia to improve sustainable procurement
Promote best practice for sustainable procurement
Ensure that where appropriate, suppliers’ environmental credentials are, as far as legally practicable, considered in the supplier evaluation process and that environmental criteria are used in the award of contracts
Ensure that consideration is given to inclusion, within all specifications, of a facility for suppliers to submit offers for environmentally friendly alternatives
Specify, wherever possible and practicable, the use of environmentally friendly goods
Educate our suppliers regarding Eurodata’s environmental and sustainability objectives
Encourage and persuade suppliers to adopt environmentally friendly processes and supply environmentally friendly goods and services
Work with key suppliers to make changes and thereby extend sustainability improvements throughout the supply chain
Measurements and Results
Comply with all relevant environmental, health & safety, diversity, disability and employment legislation
Meet the targets as set out by the Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code