Implementing systems

Construction business achieves ISO14001 and gets new business

“We employ technical consultants all the time so our expectations are very high.  I believe we won a £4million+ contract because of ISO14001, the help we received and our wider corporate responsibility aims. Sustainable Change Co-operative exceeded expectations by a mile and could not be more highly regarded and recommended by us"

Phil Higham, Managing Partner, RLB UK Ltd

RLB, an independent and people-focussed global property and construction practice, was keen to implement ISO14001 for the UK arm business for two reasons - to help attract more business and to support corporate responsibility goals. We were invited to help.

Recycling business gets a helping hand to meet EMS goals

“Sustainable Change Co-operative took the drama out of it, taking a pragmatic and practical approach and keeping us on track. They were really bothered about us and that really mattered.”

Alison Ball, Impact Director FRC Group

FRC Group, an innovating social enterprise in Liverpool, recycles and reuses waste furniture and supplies social housing clients with modern equipment.  Directors were keen to get ISO14001 in place to meet social goals and meet specific requirements of clients and chose to use  BS8555, a British Standard which provides guidance on the phased implementation of an EMS.   The team taking it forward needed reassurance that they were on the right track, in terms of timings and tasks.  Although BS8555 is detailed and helpful in places, it can appear onerous.

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