Whitecroft Lighting Ltd are committed to the development of a company wide total quality culture. By continually improving our performance against defined goals, we aim to provide our customers with the best quality, service and value. In our pursuit of excellence, we recognise the need for continual improvement in our supply chain. We believe that our employees are our most important asset, and their training and development is paramount in the achievement of our goals. We aim to provide a quality working environment for all.
At Whitecroft Lighting we hold strong ESG values and are aware of the impact manufacture can have on the environment. In having ISO 14001 certification we show our commitment to environmentally responsible practices, reducing our ecological footprint, and meeting regulatory requirements. ISO 14001 ensures the efficient management of resources, waste reduction, and pollution prevention. ISO 14001 aligns our business with global environmental standards, driving long-term success while preserving the planet for future generations.
Whitecroft Lighting Ltd are dedicated to the health, safety, and well-being of our employees and stakeholders. With this certification, we have established a comprehensive occupational health and safety management system that prioritizes the identification and mitigation of workplace hazards and risks. By adhering to the highest standards of safety practices and continuous improvement, we create a secure and supportive work environment that empowers our employees to thrive. Safety is a core value at Whitecroft Lighting, and our ISO 45001 certification reinforces our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of everyone involved in our operations.
To comply with the legislation all producers of WEEE must have joined a registered Compliance Scheme by the 15th March 2007. Whitecroft Lighting chose to join a compliance scheme operated by ElectroLink, a division of Wastepack who are a leading operator in waste management and have an established infrastructure for recycling waste.