All Gemco International employees are fully committed to and accountable for quality, health, safety and environment standards so that project specifications can be met to the full satisfaction of our clients with the maximum gains and minimum disruption. The setting of Quality & HSE performance objectives enables results to be measured, and processes, services and product quality to be assessed and continually improved. Good, clear communication with our clients about our QHSE policies, standards, programs and performance leads to trust, mutual benefits and a significant impact on business.
Sustainable employability is of great importance for the wellbeing of the people involved and for our society. Therefore, we are continuously looking for possibilities to bring safety and health and decent working relationships (banning of child and forced labour, equality and decent wages) under the attention of our employees and subcontractors, as well as other stakeholders that we work with.
Sustainable use of resources is also a challenge for our society. We constantly strive to contribute to solutions to this challenge, for example by ensuring our packaging material is recycled at the highest rate possible.
Finally, protection of soil and ground water is essential for sustainable lives of both human beings and other flora and fauna. Therefore, we contribute to this protection by preventing all possibilities for a hazardous substance spill, related to our business activities.
Our mission in the field of international corporate social responsibility is to contribute to the wellbeing of people and to take responsibility for our planet, in a good balance with profit through a focus towards the following three pillars:
I - Safety and health and decent working relations (people)
II - Sustainable use of packaging material (planet)
III - Protection of soil and ground water (people and planet)
We are committed to follow the following internationally recognized guidelines:
• The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
• ISO 26000 Guidelines on Corporate Social Responsibility
• GRI standards of the Global Reporting Initiative