Corporate Social Responsibility

Our corporate social responsibility is built on four principles, they are, ethics, social responsibility, environmental responsibility and philanthropy.

Ethics

Social Responsibility

Environmental Responsibility

Philanthropic Responsibility

Ethics

Ethics and ethical behaviour are central to professionalism. The business is regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Regulation (rics.org). This means we must, at all times, comply with the RICS rules of conduct which stipulate that staff behave ethically and act with integrity and honesty.

Social Responsibility

Brady & Ellis pursue business activities that have a positive social impact. Responsible economic practices include creating jobs, creating economic growth, fair competition, and supporting local economies. The business promotes social value and is working towards accreditation with both Lab B B Lab Global Site (bcorporation.net) and the SME climate Hub Commitment – SME Climate Hub. Accreditation is expected Q3 2024.

Environmental Responsibility

Environmental responsibility pertains to a company’s environmental impact and the need for all companies to behave in an environmentally friendly manner.  Brady & Ellis pursue positive environmental impact and are ISO 14001 compliant. We are working towards accreditation with both Lab B B Lab Global Site (bcorporation.net) and the SME climate Hub Commitment – SME Climate Hub

Climate Hub certified companies pledge to act by completing the commitment to halve emissions by 2030, achieve net zero by 2050, and report on your progress yearly. To achieve certification a company must:

  • Measure its carbon footprint.
  • Make a public commitment to reduce carbon emissions.
  • Take action and
  • Share annual progress.

Philanthropic Responsibility

Brady & Ellis’s recognises the need to give back to society through charitable donations. community development, and social initiatives. Staff within the business have given careful consideration as to which charity they wishes to support and has chosen Mesothelioma UK. Research has shown Asbestos is the biggest occupational disease risk to construction workers. The Health and Safety Executive commissioned research which estimates asbestos was responsible for the death of over 2,500 construction workers in 2005 – more than two-thirds of cancer deaths in the industry. Mesothelioma UK | Supporting people with this asbestos cancer.

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