Corporate Social Responsibility

At Vitalograph, we believe that it is important to act responsibly and ethically in interactions with our stakeholders and with regard to the environment we operate in. We conduct our business operations with honesty and integrity. To this end, principles and practices of responsible behaviour are embedded into our policies, systems and processes.

Our stakeholders include our shareholders, staff, business partners, customers, suppliers, neighbours and the wider community.

Our Principles

  • Health and Safety

    We recognise our duty of care for our stakeholders and conform to our legal requirements with regard to their health and safety.

  • Environmental and Sustainable Practices

    We seek to minimise the environmental impact of our business operations.

  • Good Customer Relationships and Service

    We take seriously all feedback, compliments and complaints that we receive from our stakeholders.

  • Community Relations

    We endeavour to make a positive contribution to the local communities in which we operate and the worldwide community in our special areas of expertise, particularly in developing countries.

  • Supply Chain Management and Ethical Procurement

    We respect our suppliers and distributors, seeking and achieving long-term relationships to realize mutual growth based on mutual trust.

  • Quality Assurance

    We have robust Quality Management Systems to ensure that we more than satisfy our customers, continuously improve efficiency and meet all our regulatory requirements.

  • Our People

    We respect our employees and believe that the success of our business is led by each individual's creativity and good teamwork.

    • We apply the principles of equality of opportunity throughout our business practices
    • We apply fair, flexible, and family friendly conditions of employment
    • We recruit and train locally wherever possible
    • We support the continuous professional development and training of our employees

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