Johnson Tiles Mission Statement
Our mission is "To be one of the world leaders in ceramic tile production,
with a strong reputation for high quality product and excellent customer service, and to provide an enjoyable and challenging
environment for all employees".
Johnson Tiles Business Definition
“To achieve our growth and profit objectives through cost
effective design, manufacture and marketing of high quality
ceramic tile and complementary products in the Home Furnishing,
Building and Construction markets in Europe and selected overseas
markets. Within our preferred product market our aim is continuously
to seek each year to improve the quality of our products and
services through a program which encourages people to reach
Export Conditions of Sale
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Johnson Tiles Limited manufacture and supply ceramic tiles to either customer, company or standard specifications. This Environmental
Policy applies to all Johnson Tiles Limited's operations within the UK.
Johnson Tiles Limited is an operational company of Norcros (Holdings) Limited. This policy complies with the Norcros (Holdings)
Limited Group Environmental Policy and all other company policies. To learn more about our Environmental Policies, please
The Board of Directors of Johnson Tiles Limited considers environmental
management an integral and fundamental part of the Company's corporate business strategy. A board member has been appointed
to represent environmental issues.
We will take all necessary steps to comply with U.K. and European legislation and other standards affecting
our activities, together with any future standards of protection. Using
the principle of continual improvement, the Company is committed to the prevention of pollution and aims to achieve the highest
possible environmental standards.
To this end, it is the aim to operate within the constraints of
an accredited environmental management system. This system will establish a framework for identifying all environmental aspects
of our materials, processes and products and assessing their impact. We will ensure that, in order to demonstrate continual
improvement, mechanisms are established to set and review environmental objectives and targets. These objectives will include:
-The efficient use of all materials, supplies, energy and transport.
Wherever possible the principles of sustainable development will be adopted.
-Preventing, reducing or controlling, where practicable, emissions
to all environmental media.
-The minimization of waste from all parts of the company's operations.
Wherever possible waste materials will be reprocessed or recycled.
In addition, we will require high environmental standards from suppliers,
vendors and contractors involved with the company. We will seek to develop and maintain, where significant hazards exist,
emergency plans in conjunction the emergency services, relevant authorities and the local community.
We will ensure that all necessary resources are provided in the
areas of operational control, engineering, technology and training as are necessary to enable those with specific duties to
effectively discharge their responsibilities. We will ensure awareness and participation of all our employees through communication,
training and participation in continuous improvement teams.
We will seek to develop the active co-operation and input of all
stakeholders within the environmental management system in respect of concerns about the hazards and impacts of our operations.
We will ensure that this policy is publicly available to suppliers, customers, stakeholders and the general public through
distribution of copies, public registers and the use of information technology.
This policy, its underlying procedures and the effectiveness of
its implementation will be monitored and reviewed by the Environmental Management Steering Committee and the Board of Directors.
This policy document and the objectives and targets will be updated, as necessary, following annual management reviews.
Mr J Matthews
16th April 2003