Please use these notes to structure your application in
conjunction with the four pillars list.
- CSR Benefit
Does the policy identify clear CSR benefit?
- Environmental Benefits
Does the policy clearly identify areas to improve environmental impact?
Energy Efficiency, Wastes Minimisation, Recycling
- Social Benefit
Value to the community have communities or areas benefited?
- Staff Benefit
Have staff been engaged, included, trained or otherwise benefited?
- Workplace Benefit
Do you provide responsible product information and services, supply chain, ethical investment and fair trade etc.
- Charitable Benefit
Does the policy support charitable giving financially or through services and volunteering ?
- Financial Benefit
Have reductions or savings been achieved?
Reduced operating costs, electricity, water, travel etc.
- Commitment of the entrants/ Involvement of relevant stakeholders and employee
Have staff demonstrated their commitment?
- Evidence of measurable impact/benefits (environmental, social and financial)
- Degree of originality/innovation
Have you developed new or novel solutions to problems?
- Future expansion of the scheme How do they intend to move forward?
Can others adopt the procedures to their own benefit?
- Special Merit
Anything else that stands out in a project as worthy of additional points.
Scores over a defined % achieve a Gold, Silver or Bronze CSR accreditation.