Braas Monier has defined a few clear rules on how we as a company behave internally and externally from a moral and ethical standpoint. These guidelines reflect our responsibility for the well-being of our employees as well as our social responsibility in the communities and societies where we operate. For decades Braas Monier and its employees have committed to contributing to economic and social progress through healthy competition and strictly complying with local laws and standards. For more please read our Code of Business Conduct by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.
We have set a few, well-communicated rules as a prerequisite to ensure efficiency and fairness in an organisation like ours. Read more about this in our HR Rules by clicking below.
Responsible entrepreneurial conduct is indispensable in living up to the Braas Monier Building Group’s vision of realising the full potential of roofs. Lawful behaviour, mutual respect, integrity and reliability are the values which guide us in our daily work with each other and with our competitors. These values are an integral part of our corporate culture and the basis for our sustainable success and the excellent world-wide reputation of the Braas Monier Building Group.
Compliance is and will be a key priority for Braas Monier’s management – both on group level as well as locally. We have established a group-wide Compliance Management System that makes sure the general principles laid out in the Code of Conduct are adhered to across all markets we are active in.
Key topics covered in the Code include compliance with laws and ethical standards, relationships with business partners and third parties, avoidance of conflicts of interest, health and safety as well as information security and company assets. The Code of Conduct applies world-wide for all employees and all directors and officers of the Braas Monier Building Group. All employees at Braas Monier have a duty to comply with the Code, and management personnel has the duty to ensure that everyone under their supervision also does so.
BMI reveals roofing’s top 20 for the Apprentice of the Year final
Twenty of the country’s best roofing apprentices are gearing up for the two-day final that will see two of them awarded the prestigious title of either pitched or flat roofing BMI Apprentice of the Year 2019. Success in the competition identifies an apprentice as a stand-out individual and as someone with a bright future in the sector. Previous finalists have gone on to win multiple other awards, founded their own businesses or represented the industry and recruited new entrants as Construction Ambassadors with the CITB.
A PIECE OF HOME DELIVERED BY BMI REDLAND CAMBRIAN SLATE FOR PIONEERING HOSPICE
A first in the UK for its innovative use of reconstituted slate in a modern interlocking roofing material, the BMI Redland Cambrian Slate combines great traditional looks with great durability and cost-effectiveness; and so provided an ideal solution for roofing Butterfly House, an important and sensitively-designed £4.8 million hospice in High Wycombe.
Winners and contenders alike praise the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition
Each year, the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition helps apprentices on their journey to build their future career – by helping them with better business understanding, stronger communication skills and improved confidence. These are just some of the benefits that past winners and finalists of the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition have received and, as entries for the 2019 competition continue to arrive, some of past finalists have been reflecting upon the experience and what it taught them.