Corporate Social Responsibility

Cardinal recognise that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) matters are of increasing importance to employees and interested parties, including clients, and are fundamental to the continued success of our business.

Cardinal believes that its CSR Policy shall provide long-term benefits to its employees, customers, partners and individuals in all communities and focus on the following key areas.

Cardinal Ltd CSR are implemented and maintained through the following key Policies:

  • Equal Opportunities & Diversity
  • Ethical Conduct
  • Fair Competition
  • Anti-Bribery
  • Whistleblowing Policy
  • Quality Assurance
  • Health & Safety
  • Environmental
  • Supply Chain Code of Practice

Employees – Respecting the values of employees, providing good conditions of work and equal opportunities, improving employee satisfaction and through training, developing their intellectual capacity for their greater benefit and quality of life.

Health and Safety – Embedded in all activities and processes for the provision of a safe working environment.

Environmental Impacts – Managing business development activities in order to maximise on recycling opportunities and minimise the risk of pollution, plastic and waste.

Sustainable development – Long term impacts arising from the communities that Cardinal Ltd interact with including energy efficiency of dwellings, transport, meeting social and economic needs.

Relationships with Customers
– Being responsive to customer needs and providing a quality assured service that intrinsically incorporates all relevant legislative considerations.

Suppliers and Partners
– Treating suppliers fairly and driving CSR codes of practice throughout the goods and services supply chain.

Community involvement
– Charitable giving and engagement with local communities through funding, support and work experience programmes.

Ethos
– Encouraging high standards of professionalism throughout the company and promoting best practice in respect of ethical behaviour.