In line with our Environmental Management System and Policy, Photofab Ltd is committed to minimising our energy and water consumption and the impact our business has on the environment from these aspects.
A commitment has been made that the company will improve energy and water use efficiency by reviewing energy and water consumption at regular intervals and implement Continuous Improvements using Best Practical Environmental Options. Actions in these areas have been identified from a review of the Company’s Environmental Aspects and Impacts.
The Energy and Water Use Objectives and Targets plan will be reviewed at regular intervals and updated each year.
Photofab Ltd is committed to:
Measured against the past performance baseline, corporate targets are:
This statement is issued on the authority of the Quality Manager and is approved by the Managing Director in order to define the Quality Policy of Photofab Ltd. The Quality Policy of Photofab Ltd is: To ensure that the specified requirements of customers are fully understood and can be achieved.To supply products and services which satisfy formally specified and agreed …Read More
As an international business, Photofab aims to conduct its business in a socially responsible manner, and to respect the needs of employees, customers, suppliers, regulators and other stakeholders. Photofab endeavours to conduct its business in accordance with established best practice regulation. The company aims to be a responsible employer and adopt values and standards designed to help guide our staff …Read More
Photofab Ltd is committed to the protection of the environment through safe working practices and continual improvement. The Company shall comply and maintain the environmental standard to BS EN ISO 14001:2015. This policy applies to all company technical products and services under the scope of registration BS EN ISO 14001:2015 “Manufacture of bespoke metal components through photo etching / chemical …Read More
Policy Statement In line with our Environmental Management System and Policy, Photofab Ltd is committed to minimising our energy and water consumption and the impact our business has on the environment from these aspects. A commitment has been made that the company will improve energy and water use efficiency by reviewing energy and water consumption at regular intervals and implement …Read More
What is RoHS? The RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive 2002/95/EC came into force on 1st July 2006 and restrict the use of certain hazardous substances in electronic and electrical equipment within the European Market. Although it is also widely referred to as the ‘Lead Free Directive’, this is only one of the six restricted substances listed below: Hazardous Substance …Read More