While Standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 assess the system regardless of the specific product being produced, Redland is working toward a more comprehensive set of policies and procedures to demonstrate that Redland products are sustainably produced using materials that are responsibly sourced.
In this section information is provided to assist assessors in the process of confirming third party certification of Redland's commitment to the principle of responsible sourcing and chain of custody for its products. Further information can be found on how Redland's manufacturing process is managed for sustainability, how the constituent raw materials are managed for sustainability, and how Redland deals with particular key aspects of sustainability and how they are considered within the manufacturing organisation.
BMI helps Children in Need keep young people safe
When homeless and vulnerable young people in Blackburn need help, they turn to Nightsafe, a local charity which offers them a caring and supportive environment to keep them safe from harm at critical times in their lives.
Keeping the college on message
The roofing department at Leeds College of Building is now a NFRC centre of excellence as well as being the largest college of its kind in the UK. Chris Messenger, lecturer in roof slating and tiling, takes us through a typical day at the beginning of the teaching year.
Ford plans to get motoring
At 26, Matthew Ford has won one of the industry’s top awards, the BMI Apprentice of the Year 2019 in pitched roofing. So now what?