We recognise the unique and important contribution made by every individual person with whom we involve ourselves, to our work, to their own organisations and to the wider community.
We welcome human diversity in all its forms and see diversity as fundamental in all our dealings with clients, partners, associates and the wider community. We accept responsibility for caring for our staff, providing them with meaningful employment, with the opportunity to provide for themselves and their families and for ensuring, as far as we can, their continuing health, safety and welfare in the workplace.
We recognise the need of our clients to a safe and secure environment and regard their property, including intellectual property as being as important as our own.
We recognise that we must contribute to maintaining and improving the environment in which we operate through the application of our Environmental Policy, our policy on Equality and Diversity and our Health and Safety Policy. In addition, we regard as unacceptable the employment of child labour and forced labour.
It is the aim of County Enforcement to ensure that its operations and activities, in no way, adversely affects the environment. A commitment to continually improve environmental performance, with a view to reducing environmental impacts to levels not exceeding those corresponding to economically viable applications of best available practices and techniques, has been established by the Directors.
We will deal with our business partners and employees in an honest and honourable manner at all times.