Corporate responsibility

Like all good businesses we take our responsibility for our people, our customers, our community and our environment very seriously. We have already done some really great work, but also know that there is lots more to do.

“ I am proud of our reputation which has been built up over more than 100 years by adhering to our core, family-company values and by always striving to do the right thing. Whether you are a customer, colleague, supplier, part of the local community or a shareholder, it is important, if not essential, that we always act appropriately and fairly in all of our dealings together.”

Message from our President Sir Michael Marshall

We have begun to establish a true culture of Continuous Improvement as we strive to deliver higher safety standards and reduce the environmental impacts of our products, processes and services.

We’ve set ourselves some ambitious targets but are confident that, with the support of our talented team, we will achieve the industry leading environmental and safety standards to which we aspire.

Target

Environment

2018

  • Recycling at source rate to be 75%
  • Energy consumption to be reduced by 5%

2019

  • Recycling at source rate to be 80%
  • Energy consumption to be reduced by 25%

Safety

2018

  • RIDDOR and lost time accident rates per one hundred thousand hours < 0.3

2019

  • RIDDOR and lost time accident rates per one hundred thousand hours < 0.1

The story so far

Following on from our success in 2016, having been awarded the 14th successive RoSPA Gold Award, we were presented with the RoSPA Order of Distinction in 2017. These awards are presented to organisations sustaining the high standards of the gold level over 15 consecutive years.

We are offering three IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) courses through our training facility, AeroAcademy. These include an IOSH Leading Safely, IOSH Safety for Senior Executives and IOSH Working Safely.

Marshall Land Systems Environmental Management System successfully transitioned to the new ISO14001:2015 standard following identification of their commitment to pollution prevention, legal compliance and continual improvement.