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“MJ Quinn’s goal is to maintain the highest level of professionalism, integrity, honesty and fairness in our relationship with our people, suppliers, subcontractors, professional associates and customers.”Alan O’Prey, Managing Director
The MJ Quinn HSQE Team is a highly qualified unit, consisting of 3 Chartered Members of the Institute of Health and Safety (CMIOSH), Safety Practitioners (Tech SPs) and field teams of auditors and inspection officers, who are all members of IOSH with NEBOSH qualifications.
Supporting the team are a highly motivated administration team, monitoring workloads and compliance management.
MJ Quinn currently hold the following HSQE certifications:
MJ Quinn recognises the importance of, and is committed to, the safeguarding of human health and the environment. Our environmental and sustainability objectives are a central part of how we function as we recognise our business has both direct and indirect environmental impacts.
To identify opportunities and drive progress our environmental policy and ISO 14001 certified Environmental Management System provides the framework to:
Encouraging and supporting our partners in their contribution to managing environmental impacts is important to us, whether that be through increased reuse and recycling, choosing web conferencing over business travel, smarter planning (e.g. job clustering), and training provision.
Our array of services covering telecoms (e.g. full fibre network build) and critical infrastructure & energy comprises a large and complex nationwide operation requiring nearly 2000 commercial vehicles and diverse material consumption. This means that working to reduce our emissions and supporting a circular economy are the biggest ways we can reduce our environmental impact – and we are increasing our efforts to do so.
We manage our other environmental impacts and risks with equal attention, such as reducing waste, tackling air and noise pollution, preventing and being prepared to manage harmful incidents (e.g. spills), and protecting native biodiversity.
How we use, design, or update our fixed assets offers further scope for improved energy and environmental performance. So far, we have done so through improvements including installing low energy lighting with passive infrared sensors within our premises, with active plans to implement solar arrays on our headquarters and EV charge points to support our fleet transition objectives.
MJ Quinn is committed and is investing in a sustainable future as this is vital for the planet, our communities, customers and business.
Our Sustainability Plan 2021 has been developed in response to what has been MJ Quinn’s most significant period of growth and will help us achieve long-term positive impacts in the UK and beyond. With our newly developed plan we hope to make the biggest possible contribution to government initiatives and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The plan is underpinned by the three central pillars of sustainable development with focus on 14 objectives (see below graphic), each of which can be categorised according to one of our four goals: customer orientated, locally focused, resource efficient and responsible.
As we grow, the strategy will also support our company-wide ethos for creating positive connections with our customers, our people, and our world. This integration will enable us to sustainably grow demand for our services, shape our reputation, identify risk and opportunity, and recognise and develop talent.
At MJ Quinn we believe new projects should be undertaken with great amount of consideration, planning and research.