At RORCON, we take our Workforce, Clients and wider Society very seriously.
This is summed up by our Core Values: Safety, Integrity, Quality and Sustainability.
It is our policy to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions, equipment and systems of work for all our Employees, Contractors & Other Parties involved in our work, and to provide sufficient information, training and supervision required for this purpose.
The active participation of all people working for RORCON regarding the safe execution of their duties is paramount – we are all responsible for our own safety and for the safety of those who can be impacted by our works.
We are committed to ensuring that neither Modern Slavery nor human trafficking plays any part in our supply chain or in any part of our business. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships, and to implement and enforce effective systems and controls.
All candidates will be asked at the first interview stage to provide documentary evidence of their right to live and work in the UK, to ensure compliance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
The Company considers all forms of discrimination to be unacceptable in the workplace. The Company is committed to providing equal opportunities throughout employment, including the recruitment, reward, development and promotion of staff.
We operate a zero tolerance to anyone working under the influence of either Drugs or Alcohol.
We are committed to delivering services to a high quality – this covers: communications; tendering; workmanship; contractual; programme; costs; dealing with non-conformities or non-compliance (including Health & Safety or Environmental matters); responses to queries; & customer service matters.
Working with our Clients and Workforce, we will regularly review our overall performance and the effectiveness of our business management systems and look at opportunities for improvement.
Aligning with quality, we are advocates for apprenticeships and enhancing the skills and knowledge of younger individuals, who will be integral for the future of our industry. Passing on the right information and experience is vital for the development of our people.
Our company recognises that the Construction Industry has a significant impact on the Environment, and we are committed to operating in such a way that work activities minimise any negative effect on the environment. In particular, we will focus our efforts on: minimising – pollution (including noise); use of hazardous substances; and production of waste; and on maximising – efficient planning, selection and use of resources; and recycling.
We also drive for all employees to respect each other, their workplace, and the wider environment around them to ensure care is taken with every decision.