Stelrad achieves gold status with Supply Chain Sustainability School

Stelrad Radiators is celebrating becoming a gold level member with the Supply Chain Sustainability School following their engagement and commitment to continuous improvement in sustainability.

The Supply Chain Sustainability School, which launched in 2012, is a free learning environment, upskilling those working within, or aspiring to work within the built environment sector. They focus on 17 key topics of sustainability as well as addressing topics in Offside, Procurement, Digital, Lean Construction, management, people and Fairness, Inclusion and Respect.

Andy Dent, who is in charge of Stelrad’s sustainability strategy, said: “This award is excellent news for us here at Stelrad and is recognition of the increasing engagement and focus we place on sustainability matters. A focus on sustainability is seen by many of our current and potential customers as essential to any relationship with them.”

Andy Dent useStelrad only achieved silver status in 2022 and have been proactive in trying to achieve gold. They completed an assessment that resulted in a customised plan of action with ten suggested learning recourses which have addressed the gaps in their knowledge.

They claim that the Supply Chain Sustainability School has had a positive influence on the company’s strategic goals and helped it to develop products and processes that aligns with its strategic goals, including products that optimise heating performance and are fully compatible with low carbon and low temperature heating sources.

Stelrad plans to use the results of the sustainability reassessments completed via the School as a valuable indicator to guide the direction of its efforts to enhance sustainability.

Dent also said: “The Supply Chain Sustainability School has assisted Stelrad in identifying areas where sustainability knowledge is lacking. The e-learning modules have proven to be a valuable source of information, aiding our workforce in engaging with the School and developing their understanding of current and future requirements. This includes gaining early insight into new legislation that has an immediate effect on our business.”

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