As a leading supplier of medical microwave equipment for hyperthermia, Acculis Ltd is commitment to sound environmental management.
Our scope of certification is:
"Design, manufacture and service of sterile and non-sterile medical microwave equipment intending to induce hyperthermia for the purpose of coagulation and ablation of tissue"
To this end we are committed to:
- compliance to relevant legal and other environmental requirements applicable to our business.
- continual improvement of our environmental management system and our environmental performance which is driven by Objectives, Targets and Programmes.
- prevention of pollution.
In support of these commitments we will:
- evaluate our compliance with legal and other environmental requirements at least annually.
- endeavour to integrate environmental considerations into our procurement processes where it is reasonable, cost-effective and practicable to do so within the highly specialised and regulated medical device industry.
- endeavour to use the minimum quantities of energy possible in accordance with the safe and efficient operation of its heating, lighting, plant and machinery.
- endeavour to conserve resources by minimising generation of wastes, through the reduction of new material acquisition, re-using materials, and where possible, recycling materials.
- Ensure our employees have a good awareness of the environmental impacts and environmental objectives related to their work.
- Maintain accredited third party certification to ISO:14001 for all aspects of our operations
Make this policy available to any interested parties on request and post a copy on our web site.
If you would like a copy of this policy please contact us.
The requirements of the environmental policy shall be communicated internally at departmental training sessions. Copies of the policy statement shall be displayed for reference at strategic locations throughout the company.
A copy of the Environmental Policy Statement shall be available on the company website.
Persons working on behalf of the organisation
The requirements of the environmental policy shall be communicated to those not employed by, but working on-site on behalf of the organisation e.g. contractors.