The management and all who work for CARES UK at the Bath Office are committed to caring for the environment and the prevention of pollution.
The organisation ensures that all its activities (within the defined scope) are carried out in conformance with the relevant environmental legislation and other requirements (environmental aspects) to which the organisation subscribes.
The organisation seeks to minimise waste, promote recycling, reduce energy consumption, and reduce harmful emissions and, where possible, to work with suppliers, customers and other interested parties on practical beneficial environmental programmes.
Our system is appropriate to the context of our organisation and provides a framework for the EMS. An essential feature of the environmental management system (this framework) is a commitment to continually improving on environmental performance and preventing pollution. This is achieved by setting environmental improvement objectives and targets which are regularly monitored and reviewed.
In order to ensure the achievement of the above commitments, the organisation has implemented an environmental management system which satisfies the requirements of BS EN ISO 14001:2015. This Policy and the obligations and responsibilities required by the environmental management system have been communicated to all employees and other persons working on behalf of the organisation.The objectives and targets are publicised throughout the organisation and all staff are committed to their achievement.
CARES offers a range of services to the Maritime sector based on the guidelines of internationally recognised organisations such as IMO and IALA. Our consultants include experienced sea-going mariners, engineers and scientists, who have worked extensively worldwide - and in West Africa in particular.
CARES offers a range of maritime, environmental and engineering services to the Oil & Gas sector. As a consultant we help our clients achieve environmental compliance with Environmental, Social, Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA) studies including: pre-acquisition audits; hydrogeological assessments; water resources management; intrusive site investigation and contaminated land assessment and remediation.
CARES offers a range of services to the Infrastructure sector following international best practice, taking account of local conditions. Our consultants are a team of local and expatriate personnel, many of whom have had over 30 years contributing to infrastructure development in Africa.
CARES assists those responsible for managing water resources with efficient and sustainable solutions to optimise the competing demands on limited water reserves, for food production, domestic and industrial purposes, whilst maintaining environmental river flows and groundwater levels.