DisasterCare Corporate Responsibility (CR)

At DisasterCare, we take our responsibilities for CR very seriously. We understand we have a duty to the 4 key pillars of CR, to ensure we protect our planet for future generations, and that we help the local economy, protect local communities and those less fortunate than ourselves.

The key pillars DisasterCare strive to meet

Customer

Client Engagement

Customer Satisfaction

Customer Data Privacy

Workplace

Diversity & Equal Opportunities

Reward & Recognition

Learning & Development

Employee Engagement

Health & Safety

Environment

Staff Awareness

Utilities Consumption

Waste Management & Restoration

Energy Efficient Transport

Community

Donations & Fund Raising

Community Support or Volunteering

Environmental CR involves staff awareness of the processes of the company’s production procedures, mindful of our utilities consumption and our landfill footprint, to locate wasteful activities and eradicate them from the business structure, and to employ energy efficient transport.

Most businesses utilise charity to help the wider community. Over recent years DisasterCare has supported:

  • The Renovation project of the Kaiaf Health Centre and the rebuilding of homes following flooding in Gambia
  • Turn it Purple for Pancreatic Cancer
  • Wear it Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
  • J29 Project, a community outreach charity based in Banbridge, Northern Ireland
  • Support for World Mental Health day
  • Support for World Oceans day
  • Support for World Earth Day, amongst many other initiatives

with charity donations and community volunteering.  This pillar also includes community support and volunteering.

This envelops fair workforce practices, pursuing fair and reasonable trading practices, and paying fair rates for labour or services and recognising people’s contribution.  Learning & development also feature in this pillar, as does employee engagement and Health & Safety for our own staff, visitors and people in the local communities where we apply our trade. Inclusion and diversity should also be in place to ensure equal opportunity for every individual, and protect the rights of our workforce, our customers’ workforce and those in our local communities.

Economic responsibility strives to create a balance between social, environmental, and business practices. It helps our business and that of our customers and suppliers to identify solutions that improve profits and encourage individuals into the workforce but maintains and respects our responsibilities to the environment and our local communities.  

Click here for DisasterCare’s Social Responsibility policy document.

Corporate Responsibility Document

At DisasterCare, we take our responsibilities for CR very seriously. We understand we have a duty to the 4 key pillars of CR, to ensure we protect our planet for future generations, and we help the local economy, and those less fortunate than ourselves.

Download Our CSR Policy

Corporate Responsibility Document

At DisasterCare, we take our responsibilities for CR very seriously. We understand we have a duty to the 4 key pillars of CR, to ensure we protect our planet for future generations, and we help the local economy, and those less fortunate than ourselves.

Download Our CSR Policy

Corporate Responsibility Document

At DisasterCare, we take our responsibilities for CR very seriously. We understand we have a duty to the 4 key pillars of CR, to ensure we protect our planet for future generations, and we help the local economy, and those less fortunate than ourselves.

Download Our CSR Policy