Our Environmental Policy 

It is Spencer’s policy to carry out all activities in a manner that minimises environmental impacts, conserves natural resources and provides effective protection for the environment. To that end, Spencer’s is committed to making environmental management an integral core value and vital part of the Spencer culture by: 

  • Integrating environmental considerations into work practices at all levels;

  • Informing employees and associates of applicable environmental regulations and Spencer’s requirements;

  • Providing the resources necessary for employees and associates to conduct their work in accordance with applicable environmental regulations and Spencer’s requirements.

  • Developing environmental goals and targets relevant to Spencer’s operations and taking actions to achieve those goals and targets;

  • Promoting pollution prevention, waste minimisation, and conservation;

  • Promoting the effective use of innovative environmental technologies and practices;

  • Fostering a work environment in which employees and associates are encouraged to report and raise environmental issues without fear of retaliation;

  • Continually improving the effectiveness and efficiency of environmental management through assessments and performance and cost analysis; and

  • Complying with applicable laws, regulations and other broadcasted environmental requirements.

 

In addition, every individual at Spencer’s is expected to: 

  • Conduct their assigned duties in a manner that complies with applicable environmental regulations and Spence’s requirements;

  • Continually strive to improve environmental performance in their work area;

  • Be aware of the potential environmental consequences of their actions always and take care to minimise any adverse consequences;

  • Promptly report or otherwise address conditions that could result in a spill or release of hazardous material to the environment;

  • Promptly report environmental incidents, i.e., events in which a spill or release of hazardous material to the environment occurred or could have occurred;

  • Participate in the conduct of incident investigations;

  • Effectively disseminate information and lessons learned from any incidents; and

  • Correct deficiencies and take actions to prevent incidents from occurring.

 

Policy authorised by

Jeremy Spencer
Managing Director

 

Our Environmental Policy 

It is Spencer’s policy to carry out all activities in a manner that minimises environmental impacts, conserves natural resources and provides effective protection for the environment. To that end, Spencer’s is committed to making environmental management an integral core value and vital part of the Spencer culture by: 

  • Integrating environmental considerations into work practices at all levels;

  • Informing employees and associates of applicable environmental regulations and Spencer’s requirements;

  • Providing the resources necessary for employees and associates to conduct their work in accordance with applicable environmental regulations and Spencer’s requirements.

  • Developing environmental goals and targets relevant to Spencer’s operations and taking actions to achieve those goals and targets;

  • Promoting pollution prevention, waste minimisation, and conservation;

  • Promoting the effective use of innovative environmental technologies and practices;

  • Fostering a work environment in which employees and associates are encouraged to report and raise environmental issues without fear of retaliation;

  • Continually improving the effectiveness and efficiency of environmental management through assessments and performance and cost analysis; and

  • Complying with applicable laws, regulations and other broadcasted environmental requirements.

 

In addition, every individual at Spencer’s is expected to: 

  • Conduct their assigned duties in a manner that complies with applicable environmental regulations and Spence’s requirements;

  • Continually strive to improve environmental performance in their work area;

  • Be aware of the potential environmental consequences of their actions always and take care to minimise any adverse consequences;

  • Promptly report or otherwise address conditions that could result in a spill or release of hazardous material to the environment;

  • Promptly report environmental incidents, i.e., events in which a spill or release of hazardous material to the environment occurred or could have occurred;

  • Participate in the conduct of incident investigations;

  • Effectively disseminate information and lessons learned from any incidents; and

  • Correct deficiencies and take actions to prevent incidents from occurring.

 

Policy authorised by

Jeremy Spencer
Managing Director

 

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