Richardson Roofing is fully aware and committed to offering a sustainable approach both within the workplace and towards the environment. RRCL recognises its responsibilities for the wider environment and to the local community. As an organisation we are committed to complying with all relevant environment legislation at local, regional, national and international.
– Our Commitment Involves
- Minimisation of energy and material usage and the production of waste.
- Preventing pollution
- Effective and responsible waste management and disposal.
- Implementation of waste hierarchy, reduce, reuse, recycle.
- Training our workforce to be aware of their environmental responsibilities
- Working with suppliers, contractors and customers on environmental initiatives.
- Ensuring our site activities are carried out with minimal impact on local communities and not creating disruption or nuisance to our neighbours.
- Ensuring our policy meets current legislation and industry’s best practice.
– Performance Framework (SCSS)
- Richardson Roofing are a corporate member of the Supply Chain Sustainability School.
– Greener Fleet
- Our company LGV lorries are euro 6 compliant vehicles.
- We have hybrid company cars for high mileage users on the fleet.
- FORS – Fleet Operator Recognition scheme members
– Waste Operations
- Both operational sites and our office headquarters utilise recycling services through the accredited organisation Lanz.
- Lanz Group
- Provide monthly break down reports (available on request).
– Responsible Sourcing (Sedex Global)
- Richardson Roofing are committed to managing responsible sourcing within our supply chain.
- Sedex accredited members
- 100% of employees are paid above the London living wage.
Apprenticeship Program and Training
Richardson Roofing are committed to helping younger generations build a brighter and better future. We have over the last 12 Years had a fully working and operational apprenticeship program. This has seen three individuals go all the way to the top three within the regional college finals. This led to one junior apprentice being asked to represent England in Russia by the National Federation of Roofing. Enrollment to roofing college, Lead development courses, SMSTS courses and first aide training are all a common and frequent occurrence at RRCL.