We are committed to monitoring and continually reducing the direct impact our operations have on society and the environment. We aim to conduct our business in a responsible, sustainable way and encourage, wherever practical our suppliers, and clients to do the same.
Human Capital Policy
Browning Environmental strives to be an equal opportunities employer and creates a safe, fair and progressive culture that also reflects the organisations we work with. Browning Environmental:
- Will select and promote it’s people on the basis of qualifications and merit, without discrimination or concern for race, religion, national origin, colour, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
- Will support training and career development.
- Will provide a safe and civilised workplace free from sexual harassment or offensive behaviour.
Marketing & Ethics Policy
As a professional strategic communications agency that advises clients on marketing strategy and campaign development, we can indirectly influence the behaviour of individuals for the benefit of the environment. To ensure communication is used to drive positive social change in all societies, and to prevent the miscommunication of information relating to the environmental performance of our clients, Browning Environmental:
- Will comply with applicable regulations and self-regulatory codes of practice in the countries in which it operates.
- Will not knowingly create work which contains statements, suggestions or images offensive to general public decency and will give appropriate consideration to the impact of our work on minority segments of the population, whether that minority be by race, religion, national origin, colour, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
- Will not undertake work designed to mislead in any respect, including social, environmental and human rights issues.
In an increasingly resource constrained world and to demonstrate brand leadership Browning Environmental inherently respects the environment by committing to monitor, and continually reduce the direct impact of its operations on the environment from:
- Energy use – minimising energy consumption through a number of strategies including a strict ‘switch-off’ policy for all electrical equipment, and the use of energy efficient light fittings and appliances where available. In addition, to perform regular energy audits and encourage others to do so.
- Transport - Encourage employees, associates and stakeholders to commute via public transport or by bike where feasible. To keep business travel to a minimum and use public transport where possible. Only fly for essential trips outside of the UK.
- Consumption of paper and other resources – To use fairly traded and environmentally friendly products as a first preference. To consider energy efficiency as a key factor when purchasing electrical equipment. To use paper that is either recycled or FSC certified.
- Water use – To encourage the use of refillable bottles and the use of tap water.
- Managing any significant sustainability risks in its supply chains. Use suppliers that comply with relevant environmental legislation and regulations, and, where practicable, have demonstrated a commitment to good environmental practices.
* Waste – To reduce office waste and strive for a zero-waste policy in all our operations. To recycle waste material where feasible, reuse and reduce our overall consumption of resources.
Browning Environmental sets quantitative targets for reducing it’s key environmental impacts. We aim to minimise the environmental impacts associated with the campaigns we create for clients and strive to be carbon neutral. Our operating companies are encouraged to help achieve these goals. Human rights
Browning Environmental will uphold the principles contained in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation’s fundamental conventions on core labour standards. We support the right of our people and their families to basic human rights, including the right to organise, the right to collective bargaining, the right to fair conditions of work, freedom of opinion and expression and freedom from forced labour and child labour