Hardscape are increasingly aware of the on-going global debate in the use of ecologically sustainable materials and the impact of the carbon footprint on today’s society and as a consequence remain committed to demonstrate sound environmental performance of their activities, products and services.
Ethical Trade Policy
Furthering its commitment to fair working practices and respect for the individual both in the UK and more specifically internationally, 2006 saw Hardscape receive SGS accreditation for natural stone producing factories in China covering social and ethical conditions.
Health and Safety Policy
In accordance with the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and its associated legislation, this document sets out the overall policy of Hardscape towards the health, safety and welfare at work of its employees and others who may be affected by its undertakings.
Hardscape’s policy is to provide products and service of the highest quality which fully satisfy our customers’ requirements. Total Quality will be a permanent feature within our Group. It will be implemented, monitored, nurtured and maintained by having a continuing quality improvement programme, which will be achieved through our people working together for success.
Modern Slavery Act Statement
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 came into effect on 29th October 2015. This law requires Corporate Companies supplying goods or services to the UK, and have an annual turnover exceeding £36 million to disclose information regarding their policies to eradicate all forms of slavery (including child, bonded & forced prison labour), human trafficking. Section 54 specifically requests a Corporate mandate to demonstrate ethical transparency within their supply chain and within their business.