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Environmental, social and governance (ESG) policy 

  1. Introduction

Our Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) policy refers to the responsibility we have for our wider environment. This encompasses the pillars of people and values, our approach to health and safety, the environment and our charitable work.

It is our belief that a great business is powered by great people who take accountability and responsibility for these pillars, and we are committed to contributing positively to the world.

We are part of the SEDEX Members Ethical Trade Audit who look at universal human rights in business practices and global supply chains. We also adhere to best practice as set out by the Institute of Business Ethics.

  1. Scope

This policy applies to Just Sanitise.

  1. Objective

We aim to be a responsible business, which strives to achieve the highest standards of ethics and professionalism.

Our Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) therefore incorporates:

  • People
  • Health and Safety
  • Environmental
  • Charity
  1. Our Standards

We believe a company that is run in the long-term interests of its shareholders should have values that respect its responsibilities to not only its employees, suppliers and customers but also the environment and society as a whole.

It should also adopt business practices throughout the company that are consistent with its culture and values.

Grampian Manufacturing Group/Just Sanitise commits to:

  • Respect and act on the law, our regulators, and feedback received from our customers
  • Adhere to our own internal policies, and constantly review how we work to ensure that we maximise our obligations to all stakeholders
  • Ensure that our business practices are legitimate and in line with our own corporate values
  • Ensure that partnerships and collaborations with external partners are open, transparent, and in the best interest of our customers
  • Continually review our working environment so as to not put at risk the health and safety of our employees
  • Avoid harming or otherwise negatively impacting the lives of people local to our premises. We will monitor this by ensuring we are considerate with how we treat and use the local area, and listen to feedback from our neighbours
  • Support diversity and inclusion in the workplace
  1. Contribution

Our promise to our stakeholders is to always strive to meet or exceed ethical, legal, commercial, and public expectations of how a company should conduct business.

We have developed guidelines for conducting our business that support and align with the values important to our customers, their employees, and communities.

  1. Helping Others/charitable

The business was established with an inherent desire to support those on the frontline and essential workers, providing them with affordable and effective protection in the fight against Covid.

We support local charities through our own charitable initiatives, working with members of our supply chain. Since establishment we have donated Just Sanitise hand sanitiser to more than 15 local charities and care homes.

In addition, we currently support NHS Charities Together (registered charity no. 1186569), donating a percentage of our profits from the Just Sanitise range. It is our intention to make a minimum donation of £100,000 in our financial year 20/21.

NHS Charities Together is a collective experience representing, supporting and championing the work of the NHS’ official charities. NHS Charities give £1million a day to the NHS, providing vital funds to help the NHS do more. Through NHS Charities Together member charities collaborate on nationwide fundraising and advocacy campaigns.

NHS Charities Together also provides specialist advice and guidance to members through visits, and one to one support via email and phone calls.

Through our board we also support a number of causes. we also support the rise of women in business. Our CEO Nicola is a part of the Santander Women Business Leaders Mentor programme, working with emerging female leaders in the UK. Our Chief Operating Officer Kate Andrews is trustee for Mobee, a charity for mental health in the Gambia.

  1. Our People

We are committed to driving a sustainable business that is both commercially successful, but is equally socially and environmentally responsible, with ethical values at its core.

This includes providing our employees and alliance partners with a safe and healthy working environment and having an organisational culture which promotes diversity, inclusivity, personal development and respect.

It also means having a core set of ethical values alongside business values to which we are committed and wish to be held accountable.

Ethical values

  • Fairness:we strive for a transparent, honest and open relationship with our customers so we can consistently demonstrate having their best interests at heart.
  • Dependable:a solid and reliable alliance that is built to support society for the long-term 

Business values

  • Agility:we are responsive and flexible, responding to the market and responding to our customers. Our infrastructure is built around it.
  • Customer focus: We recognise that our customers are the reason for our success in business, and we are committed to listening and responding to their needs.

We know it’s our people that will make Just Sanitise successful. We want people to enjoy coming to work and for the workplace to be free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation.

This principle – taking care of your people – is at the heart of creating a great place to work, where people are appreciated, engaged, productive and thriving. Somewhere they actually want to work.

We invest in our colleagues through offering professional qualifications and leadership development programmes and actively look for ways in which we can promote and increase the diversity of our workforce.

Health and Safety

Just Sanitise is a Lab Tested: BS EN1276, BS EN1500 and BS EN13697 certified product. Our product follows the World Health Organisation’s guide to local production of hand sanitiser formulation. Full information can be found on the World Health Organisation’s website.

The company takes very seriously its obligations and responsibilities in respect of health and safety and is committed to complying with all applicable Health and Safety legislation.

The objective is to provide a safe working environment and a safe system of work to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of all its employees, customers’ employees and suppliers’ employees whether on the Company’s premises or carrying out Company business elsewhere.

The Company expects all its employees, suppliers/ suppliers’ employees undertaking Company business and customer employees on the Company’s premises to adhere to its Health and safety policy.

The Company regularly reviews its working practices including the general working environment to ensure that best practices are adhered to or adopted and that safety hazards are identified and accidents are avoided as far as is reasonably practicable.

In particular, the Company regularly monitors the safety of any equipment or machinery provided for use by employees.

Maintenance is regularly and scrupulously carried out and proper records are kept. All equipment and machinery provided by the Company complies with the appropriate European standards and is designed or adapted for the purpose for which it is used. All employees who use or supervise the use of such equipment or machinery are properly trained in its use including health and safety considerations.

All vehicles and trailers are fully inspected every 42 days. All drivers and employees are fully trained in the transport of materials and undergo constant training in order to keep up to speed with current regulations and guidelines.


We know that our work has an impact on the environment and that we have a duty to manage that impact in a responsible and ethical manner. We do this through identifying all significant environmental impacts and putting processes intoplace to prevent, reduce and mitigate them. This also makes good business sense.

Based in Aberdeenshire we are acutely aware of our natural environment and mitigating any impact. Our bottling site is family owned and managed today, operating in an ethical and environmentally friendly way. We have a responsibility to look after the area in which we reside.

Meanwhile, our logistics fleet complies with Euro 6 Directive (to reduce harmful emissions and improve air quality).


  1. Review

This policy and the obligations recorded therein will be reviewed and audited annually via our SEDEX membership and our adherence to best practice through the Institute of Business Ethics. We are committed to ensuring our policy it is up to date, holding ourselves responsible to our own standards.