Policies

Quality policy

Selectaglaze Ltd continually strives to be the leading provider of secondary glazing Products within the UK.  The QMS is built in line with the ISO 9001:2015 standard and the Company is fully committed to comply with its requirements and continually monitor and improve the effectiveness of its performance. In line with our Quality Policy the QMS provides the framework to set and review the following quality objectives:
  • We will ensure that we understand fully the customer requirements
  • We will ensure that the customer understands fully what we are supplying or are able to supply
  • We will ensure that we communicate with the client at all stages of processing especially if requirements change
  • We will commit to working to an agreed programme and its revisions
  • We will provide products to the agreed product specification
  • We will provide products which are in accordance with current legislation
  • We will design/develop our products to meet changing customer needs and expectations
  • Specific business objectives are set out in the three year Business Plan
  • We will commit to improving the quality processes throughout the company
Keith Mercer B.Sc
Managing Director
16th September 2019

Health and safety policy

The Managing Director of Selectaglaze has produced the following statement of policy in respect of health and safety, in accordance with its duty under Section 2 (3) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, and in fulfilling its obligations to both employees and the public who may be affected by its activities. Selectaglaze commit to comply with:
  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 as amended (HSG65)
  • Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (L143)
  • Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015
  • HSE Guidance, and all associated regulations in pursuance of the company’s objectives.
It is the Company’s policy to ensure the Health and Safety of employees and all those likely to be affected by the Company’s activities. The Company undertake to:
  • Consult with employees on Health and Safety.
  • Ensure staff have access to adequate welfare facilities (such as toilets and washing/rest areas).
  • Provide and maintain safe plant and equipment.
  • Ensure that employees are competent to do their job through provision of adequate information, instruction and training.
  • Prevent accidents and work related illness.
  • Control any Health and Safety risks.
It is the duty of the management to do everything reasonably practicable to prevent injury and ill health, and it is equally the duty of each employee to exercise personal responsibility for his or her own safety and that of others.  This duty is required by law, and the Company requires the full co-operation of all employees. Employees have the right to refuse unsafe work or work that may cause harm. Keith Mercer B.Sc
Managing Director
16th September 2019

Sustainability policy

Selectaglaze is committed to sustaining a successful and ethical business by minimising the environmental and social impact of its activities, ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and encouraging continuous improvement. This is achieved by;
  • Minimising production waste using lean processing techniques
  • Considering the sustainability  impacts with all procurement decisions
  • Ensuring all timber and paper products are FSC certified
  • Actively promoting reduction of waste and recycling
  • Selecting vehicles with are ultra-low emission or as low emission as is practical encouraging safe and efficient driving through training and maintaining regular service cycles
  • Adopting strategies to reduce the environmental impact of business travel through use of local suppliers where possible
  • Monitoring and seeking ways to reduce energy usage.
  • Investing in energy efficiency measures for company premises.
  • Providing information, instructions and training to its employees on sustainability issues
  • Maintain best practice conditions of employment for its own employees, including equal opportunity for all, encouraging diversity, development of employees through training and development
  • Maintaining a best practice Health and Safety regime and promoting wellbeing and a good work life balance
  • Ensuring that fair procurement practices are applied and suppliers are paid on time
  • Adhering to any Government recognized trading sanctions
  • Avoid trading with suppliers which don’t have the same social ideals 
Sustainability is at the heart of what we do as can be found in our Vision Statement; “Preserving our heritage by making Britain’s buildings warmer, quieter and safer” This policy is communicated to all employees, sub-contractors and other personnel working on behalf of the Company and will be reviewed and modified as appropriate on an annual basis. Keith Mercer B.Sc
Managing Director
16th September 2019