Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance
An overview of Rosemont’s ESG strategies
Rosemont Pharmaceuticals’ commitment to continuously improving its strategy to maintain a positive impact on the environment and society through upholding robust governance measures and to show compliance with the following legislation and guidance:
- The UK Corporate Governance Code 2018
- Complaints act 2006
- Climate Change Act 2008
- UK Stewardship Code 2020
- Bribery Act 2010
- Modern Slavery Act 2015
It is the policy of Rosemont Pharmaceuticals to conduct our business in a manner that is consistent with sound environmental management practices, to comply with applicable legal requirements and with other requirements to which the company subscribes which relate to our environmental aspects and to the prevention of pollution in relation to all business activities and services.
Rosemont Pharmaceuticals believes that Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles are crucial for surviving and thriving in an environment where the only constant is change. This requires resilience; the capacity to learn, respond, adapt, anticipate and maintain perspective in our efforts to advance sustainable long-term growth. Our ultimate goal is to reduce the environmental and social impacts of our business activities as far as possible. This will be achieved by engaging with stakeholders, including customers and employees and to do our part to improve today’s environmental and societal challenges. We will better serve our community and simultaneously define and deliver strategies that maximise business performance while effectively managing change and finding sustainable solutions to the challenges presented by an ever-changing business world.
We’re committed to being environmentally friendly across all areas of our business. We’ve pledged always to follow environmental management practices, meet requirements and prevent pollution.
All of our employees work hard to ensure we’re always meeting the Rosemont Environmental Performance Standards. We’re also constantly looking for ways that we can do even better.
We’re committed to conserving energy and materials, as well as reducing the carbon footprint of our activities and operations. We’ve pledged to minimise our energy and water consumption to improve the efficient use of all valuable resources. Plus, we manage all wastes generated from our business operations, combining reducing, recycling and reusing any waste in accordance with sound management.
Measures have been introduced for source reduction and elimination. This includes environmentally sound design and development, material substitution, process, product or technology changes, as well as efficient use and conservation of energy and material resources.
We will ensure that any new plant and equipment purchased meets the required environmental standards. Environmental aspects and impacts of new equipment and/or processes will also be determined and evaluated.
Any new substances introduced will be overseen by the EHS Department to ensure all legal requirements have been met.
Our environment is constantly changing, so we need to be resilient and have the capacity to learn, respond, adapt and anticipate. This means that as we grow, we can stay sustainable.
Our ultimate goal is to reduce the environmental impact of our business activities as far as possible. We’ll also help stakeholders and customers to improve.
Howard Taylor, our CEO said, “We will better serve our community and simultaneously define and deliver strategies that maximise business performance while effectively managing change and finding sustainable solutions to the challenges presented by an ever-changing business world.”
We will better serve our community and simultaneously define and deliver strategies that maximise business performance while effectively managing change and finding sustainable solutions to the challenges presented by an ever-changing business world.
Rosemont Pharmaceuticals, CEO
It is the intention of this Environmental Policy to demonstrate Rosemont Pharmaceuticals’ commitment to continuously improving its environmental performance and its commitment to minimising any environmental impacts from its business operations and to show compliance with the following legislation:
- The Environmental Act 2021
- The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016
- Air Quality Regulations 2000
- The Control of Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2012
- And other related legislation, as amended
Company managers and supervisors are responsible for establishing and continually improving management systems to implement this policy and the Rosemont Environmental Performance Standards.
IS014001 Environmental Certification
Following a 5-day stage two audit conducted by the British Standards Institution (BSI) we have been awarded the formal certification. This is testament to our unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship and responsible business practices. It reflects the hard work, dedication and teamwork of the Rosemont team to make our environmental management system a success.
Environmental awareness training is a vital initiative aimed at educating employees about the importance of environmental protection and sustainability. The training is intended to empower the Rosemont workforce to make environmentally responsible decisions, reduce resource consumption and minimise the company’s ecological footprint.
Through awareness of best practices, regulations and the broader impact of our actions, we can contribute to a greener and more sustainable future while aligning with Rosemont’s commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR).