Supporting our communities is at the core of what Harmoni does. In fact, the very reason we exist is to make a difference to people's lives.
We take steps to minimise environmental impact across our operations. We have an environmental committee which guides policy and 'green' champions across the business. This year we've adopted a new approach to managing our waste, so all staff recycle more paper, card, magazines, plastic, cans and printer cartridges.
Going green with the Forest Stewardship Council
Whenever possible, we use a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified printer to print all of our patient facing literature and collateral. FSC certified printing is an eco-friendly alternative to using recycled paper.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international non-profit organisation founded in 1993 to support the world's forests.
FSC members comprise a diverse group of representatives from environmental and social groups, the timber trade, paper industry, forestry profession, indigenous people's organisations, community forestry groups and forest product certification organisations from around the world. It is their job to ensure that the forests are managed to protect wildlife habitat and respect the rights of local communities.
As a service provider we aim to ensure that all our services are accessible, useful and are provided in a fair manner to everyone regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, disability, religious beliefs, age or sexual orientation. We will not tolerate any practices that result in the provision of a lower standard of service to any group or individual because of unfair or unlawful discrimination.
Harmoni values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment and service provision. We believe that any organisation should reflect all the communities and people it serves, and tackle all forms of discrimination. Therefore we aim to actively promote a working culture and practices that recognise, respect and value difference.
We want to ensure that the principles and values of both equality and diversity are embedded into the culture of our organisation so that they become part of our day to day operations, to the benefit of our employees, the organisation as a whole, and the public who use our services.