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Corporate Social Responsibility

All managers and staff at InterVision Global appreciate the fortunate circumstances in which we operate, in terms of both our business and the developed society we live in. We are fortunate that we enjoy a good standard of living and have the benefits of working with customers all over the world. This provides many opportunities for us as individuals and as an organisation. 

We are very mindful of those that are less fortunate and take pride in being a responsible organisation that is committed to conducting our business to ethically and morally high standards. As an organisation we strive to set an example to our employees, our suppliers and partners that business can be conducted in a balanced way that reduces or, where necessary, offsets our impact to the environment and society.

Our commitment to our staff and our environment are:

To provide equal opportunity for personal development for employees
Provide apprenticeships for those wanting to learn skills and a trade
Reducing our impact on the environment
Promoting and running initiatives with suppliers and customers to put more back into our local and global societies.

Giving Something Back
Nothing demonstrates this better than the personal goal of the Founder, Mark Worlidge, to swim 5kms in Open Water on Monday 25th May 2015 in the worthy cause of WATER AID. This is a charity addressing the appalling problem that 748 million people in the world do not have access to clean water and sanitation and 500,000 children die every year from diarrhoea caused by unsafe water.  

Donations are requested from all our customers, Partners, suppliers and business contacts so please give generously here...
Supplier Guiding Principles
InterVision Global is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the world’s leaders in developing and deploying in-line machine inspection systems. The company is dedicated to delivering excellence and maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards in all areas of our business activities, whilst improving the performance and efficiency of manufacturing operations across the industry sectors in which we operate.

In order to continue to maintain this ethos, InterVision Global has developed a set of Principles which convey to our employees and to the public our values and commitments. InterVision Global wish to promote these Principles in an effort to foster relationships with suppliers who share similar values, InterVision Global is introducing these Supplier Guiding Principles for suppliers with whom InterVision Global, its affiliates and subsidiaries have a contractual relationship. The Supplier Guiding Principles restate our requirements and emphasize good workplace policies that comply with local labour laws, as well as applicable environmental laws.

These Supplier Guiding Principles apply to all suppliers with whom InterVision Global, its affiliates and subsidiaries worldwide have a contractual relationship, including contractors, suppliers of goods and services and joint venture partners.
Supplier Guiding Principles
Legal Requirements
Suppliers will comply with all applicable laws and regulations in providing  goods and services to InterVision Global, its affiliates and subsidiaries.

Employment Practices
Minimum Ages for Employment – Suppliers will not employ anyone under the legal working age as defined by local law. Forced Labour – Suppliers will not use forced or involuntary prison labour.

Abuse and Harassment – Suppliers will not use corporal punishment or other forms of physical or sexual harassment or abuse of their employees.

Discrimination – Suppliers will not discriminate on the basis of any condition or characteristic which is protected by any applicable law or regulation.

Freedom of Association – Suppliers will recognise and respect each employee’s right to associate with any legally sanctioned organisation. The rights of labour unions must be respected.

Work Hours, Work Week and Payment of Wages – Suppliers will comply with all applicable local laws.

Health and Safety – Suppliers will provide employees with working conditions that are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations regarding worker health and safety.

Environmental Practices
Our suppliers will be expected to meet applicable environmental laws and regulations in their operations and to develop and implement plans and programs to correct any non-compliant practices.

We expect our suppliers to take appropriate steps to communicate these “Supplier Guiding Principles” to their employees, including posting these Principles in the local language in an accessible place.

Monitoring and Compliance
As part of the implementation of these Supplier Guiding Principles, these Principles will be incorporated into all new or renewed commercial agreements between the suppliers and InterVision Global, its affiliates and subsidiaries. Suppliers will be expected to certify their compliance with these Supplier Guiding Principles at the request of InterVision Global and to authorise InterVision Global and its designated agents (including any third parties) to engage in monitoring activities, including unannounced on-site inspections. When InterVision Global becomes aware of any actions or conditions not in compliance with these Supplier Guiding Principles, such actions or conditions will be reviewed, and appropriate corrective measures will be implemented.