Environmental & Social Governance

Supply Chain Management

With supply chains becoming more complex and an increasing focus on achieving high standards and ethical best practices, Quality Care Group and its chosen panel of partners provide supply chain visibility to easily manage suppliers and contractors, and minimise the impact of vulnerabilities and disruptions. They also help contractors gain the verifications they need to demonstrate their adherence to health and safety, compliance, relevant legislation and quality standards.

Providing transparency in your supply chain

As a business, when you’re looking to select suppliers for work, you need to be sure that they can do the job safely and without risks. At the same time, increasing legal requirements and expectations from stakeholders mean that you need to show that you’re managing your business responsibly.

Quality Care Group and their partners give you have all the insights and data you need to make an informed decision on which suppliers to work with. They allow you to easily track, manage and capture data and, with this technology-led approach, you control your own selection and approval criteria as well as streamlining your processes to increase efficiency.

Demonstrating credibility and ethical best practice

For suppliers and contractors, we help to demonstrate that you’re compliant with all the latest relevant legislation and keep you ahead of the competition. Importantly, with an increasing number of businesses looking to mitigate risks beyond health and safety, you also need to show that you run your business ethically.

Through verification, you can confidently show your customers that you’re in control of operational risks across the supply chain and operate to the highest standards in health and safety, quality, ethical best practices, and responsible growth. You can also save up to £1,500 from our range of membership benefits.

Carbon Reduction

At Quality Care Group in partnership with our energy experts, we are dedicated to helping organisations reduce their carbon footprint and achieve their sustainability goals. Our partner team of carbon reduction consultants provides expert advice and support to help you create a comprehensive carbon reduction plan.

We understand that reducing carbon emissions can be a complex and challenging task, which is why we offer a range of carbon reduction services to make the process as easy and efficient as possible. From creating a customized carbon reduction plan template to providing energy cost reduction solutions, we have the expertise to help you reach your goals.

Solar panel installations

Solar energy systems also require very little maintenance with cleaning only costing approx. £25-35 a year and every 5- 10 years, the inverters need replacing, a simple, straight-forward task. For more detailed figures on approximate savings, this calculator can be used in the first instance, but a full site visit is required for more accurate figures. These are free of charge and comes with a detailed survey report and site plan.

LED Lighting provision

LED light bulbs have fifty times longer life span than a standard bulb, meaning 25,000 to 50,000 hours of brightness in both indoor and outdoor settings.

LED light bulbs produce almost no noise pollution compared to the typical humming or buzzing you hear from a fluorescent bulb filament.

Since the LED bulbs are made of aluminium and plastic instead of glass, mercury and metal, they are completely recyclable and much less harmful to the environment.

Heat Pump Systems

Why install a heat pump system?

Heat pumps do not create heat. They move it from the outside air, ground or water and transfer it inside where it can be used in radiators, underfloor heating or warm air heating systems as well as supplying hot water for taps.

Heat pumps can also provide a cooling effect for businesses in hot weather conditions by reversing the system.

Typically, for every 1kW of electricity used, heat pumps will produce 3-4kWh of usable heat energy. That’s an efficiency of 300-400% compared to a new gas boiler. Replacing an old conventional boiler with a heat pumps will lower your carbon footprint and save you money over time.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements

A member of our team will be in touch with you to discuss your needs and talk you through your options.

Frequently asked questions

If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for please get in touch, we would be happy to help with your enquiry.

Does my care business need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
Yes. Under the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act, all organisations that have staff are required by law to have Employers Liability Insurance.
Does my care business need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
Yes. Under the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act, all organisations that have staff are required by law to have Employers Liability Insurance.
Does my care business need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
Yes. Under the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act, all organisations that have staff are required by law to have Employers Liability Insurance.
Does my care business need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
Yes. Under the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act, all organisations that have staff are required by law to have Employers Liability Insurance.
Does my care business need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
Yes. Under the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act, all organisations that have staff are required by law to have Employers Liability Insurance.
Does my care business need Employers’ Liability Insurance?
Yes. Under the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act, all organisations that have staff are required by law to have Employers Liability Insurance.
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