United Engineering Steels: Benefitting from BS7750

United Engineering Steels (UES) is finding that the new environmental management standard, BS7750, is providing it with the structure it needs to keep abreast of growing regulatory pressures and to respond to the first inquiries from its customers about its environmental performance. An innovative component of the group's programme is a set of performance indicators designed to help managers set themselves environmental improvement targets.

Almost any company which has a success story to tell about its environmental record will attribute it to two prerequisites: management commitment, and the existence of a structured system to identify the causes of, and devise remedies for, the factors which inhibit good environmental performance.

Until the late 1980s, many substantial businesses remained to be convinced of the advantages of an organised approach to environmental protectio

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