Dyer & Butler’s business strategy is closely linked to sustainability and defining how we can continue to influence and contribute to a more sustainable world. As we have moved forward, this has become increasingly important, particularly within the industries in which we operate.
We believe our approach to sustainability is cohesive across the business; our commitment to sustainability can be identified as three separate areas; social, economic and environmental. The social aspect covers our pledge to interact and engage with our local communities, the economic aspect is our commitment to ensuring that we employ local personnel and source materials from local suppliers and finally, the environmental aspect identifies how we are committed to looking after and reducing our impact on the environment.
Dyer & Butler strives to maintain environmental best practice and is always seeking to find ways in which our environmental management arrangements can be continually improved. In response to this our company is now able to implement and administer the requirements of the Civil Engineering Environmental Quality Assessment and Awards Scheme (CEEQUAL), our Head of SHEQ & T, Steve Broom, is a qualified CEEQUAL Assessor.
Key features of Dyer & Butler’s commitment to sustainability:
DYER & BUTLER AVIATION DIVISION HITS MILESTONE SAFETY RECORD
Dyer & Butler has announced that its Aviation division has achieved one million hours worked without sustaining a RIDDOR reportable...
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