Gravity Media continues to focus on its company-wide environmental responsibility – integral to all operational areas and how we live. A commitment that will result in minimising the Gravity Media global environmental impact.
Alongside the creation of a company wide ESG policy, Gravity Media is seeking ISO accreditation in two key areas: Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001) and Occupational Health and Safety (ISO 45001).
Gravity Media has already been adhering to the ISO standards since September 2020 and are now finalising all areas ahead of the final assessment in just one week’s time.
One of the key considerations as a UK business is how to reduce the Gravity Media carbon footprint in line with the Government’s commitment to a low carbon world. Gravity Media is working closely alongside Auditel to identify ways to further lower the company’s carbon footprint.
Gravity Media is committed to helping reduce this footprint so as to contribute to the overall reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The aim is to do this by setting achievable carbon reduction targets, ensuring the business has consistent, sustainable internal policies which will encourage and empower all the Gravity Media team to take action.
As part of the ISO 14001 implementation project, Gravity Media has now also removed all general waste bins from employees’ desks and installed recycling points across all of its UK offices.
Gravity Media’s Operations Director, Warren Symonds commented; “As a team, we understand the importance of achieving our ISO accreditation and making the changes required for a sustainable society. We are working with Auditel to lower our carbon footprint to improve our environmental impact.”