Concerto Group Corporate Social Responsibility
The Concerto Group is fully committed to ensuring accountable and sustainable social and environmental responsibility, with observance and reference to the ISO 26000 framework. ISO 26000 is an internationally recognised standard providing voluntary guidance on the principles of social responsibility and ways to integrate socially responsible behaviour and processes into an organisation.
We as a Group strive to build a business that has a holistic approach to upholding social and environmental responsibility. We want to make positive and sustainable contributions to our staff, stakeholders, clients, suppliers, and the environment, and to the communities in which we live and work. To achieve this, we are evaluating and adapting our social responsibility policies to reflect the recommendations in the ISO 26000 standard.
By developing Group-wide strategies, policies and targets that reflect our long-term commitment, a key 2018 objective is to achieve certification in ISO 20121, the internationally recognised standard for Event Sustainability Management Systems.
Concerto Group Modern Slavery Act Statement
Slavery, servitude, forced labour and human trafficking (modern slavery) are issues of increasing global concern, affecting all sectors, regions and economies. The Modern Slavery Act 2015 places a duty on certain businesses to report publicly, the steps that it has taken or is intending to take to ensure that their operations and supply chains are trafficking and slavery free. The Concerto Group is committed to respecting, protecting and championing the human rights of all those who come into contact with our operations, including employees, and supply chain workers, customers and local communities. We accept our responsibility to support transparency and honesty; to find and resolve problems, and to work with others to protect the rights of workers, particularly those who are most vulnerable to abuses such as modern slavery.