M2 Flooring pride themselves on their high standard of Health and Safety. We have never made a reportable accident to the Health and Safety Executive.
Health and Safety is a priority for our business. Our commitment is to maintain our priority on the management of Health and Safety with zero tolerance for accidents and incidents, to meet and exceed Health and Safety legislation, codes of practice and guidelines.
The company takes a proactive approach to health and safety instead of a reactive approach. This is implemented with the use of control measures such as risk assessments, method statements and permits to work.
The company also makes sure that all employees undertake a tool box talk every 4 weeks on various topics that are relevant to the work that is being performed. With the extensive training all employees such as asbestos awareness training and removal of non-licensed asbestos they aware of other issues that can present themselves.
The company takes a proactive approach to health and safety this ensures:
With the aid of external health and safety advisors the company can strive to achieve the high standards that they set for themselves regarding health and safety.
Les Portlock and Ben Atkins are SMSTS qualified enabling them to deal with the day to day monitoring and running of health and safety.
M2 Flooring Ltd realises that a firm commitment to environmental matters is essential. The environment plays a key role in the continuing success of M2 Flooring and the company has established a Quality Management System and recognizes that it needs to set itself high environmental standards.
We have looked at the areas of our business which could have both positive and negative impacts on the environment and have identified the following policy aims to enhance our overall environmental performance.
We aim to:
M2 Flooring endeavour to recycle as much as possible. The company currently has ways for recycling metal, wood, plastic, papers and cardboard. The use of local suppliers is paramount to minimise the amount of carbon dioxide produced through delivery. Where practically possible the company strives to the use of materials with as low embodied energy as possible.
We limit paper invoicing , preferring electronic invoicing to reduce the quantity of paper wastage.
Local suppliers are used where working to reduce embodied energy and materials used. We pride ourselves on our corporate social responsibility, distributing unused ceramic tiles local colleges for courses. We also donate our cardboard tubes to a local nursery. We are also part of the vinyl recycling scheme with Polyflor and Altro and the Carpet Recycling Group. This actions all reduce the amount of wastage materials we produce from landfill.