BHS Corporate Social Responsibility

At BHS, we are committed to conducting our business in a socially responsible and sustainable manner. Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy reflects our dedication to corporate governance, general business principles, environmental sustainability, health and safety, and community involvement. We believe that by integrating these values into our daily operations, we can contribute positively to the well-being of our customers, employees and the communities we serve.

Corporate Governance:

  • We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of corporate governance, ensuring transparency, accountability, and ethical decision-making at all levels of our organization.
  • Our board of directors and executive leadership team are dedicated to upholding the principles of fairness, integrity, and responsible stewardship.

General Business Principles:

  • We adhere to fair and honest business practices, promoting integrity and respect in all our interactions with customers, suppliers, employees, and other stakeholders.
  • Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is reflected in our hiring practices, creating an inclusive workplace that values the unique contributions of every individual.

Environmental Sustainability:

  • We recognize the importance of environmental sustainability and strive to minimize our ecological footprint by adopting eco-friendly practices, reducing waste, and promoting energy efficiency.
  • We are committed to compliance with environmental laws and regulations and continuously seek opportunities to innovate and implement sustainable solutions in our operations.

Health and Safety:

  • The health and safety of our employees, customers, and the communities in which we operate are of utmost importance.
  • We maintain rigorous health and safety standards, providing training, resources, and support to ensure a safe working environment for all.
  • All BHS equipment and system designs comply with local and federal Health and Safety and Environmental requirements including OSHA standards. These standards apply to the system design, structural engineering of all support structures, design and fabrication of maintenance and walking platforms, machine guards, ingress/egress, stairs/railings, controls and E-stops, MCC cabinet design and power distribution. Our systems omit zero GHG nor any contaminated effluent and are designed for maximum power efficiency.

Community Involvement:

  • We actively engage with and support the communities in which we operate, aiming to make a positive impact through philanthropy, volunteerism, and community development initiatives.
  • Our corporate social responsibility extends beyond our business activities to contribute to the well-being and development of the broader society.

This Corporate Social Responsibility Policy is a living document that will be regularly reviewed and updated to ensure its continued relevance and effectiveness. We encourage all employees to embrace and uphold these principles in their daily activities, fostering a culture of responsibility, sustainability, and positive impact.

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