Our Policies

Environmental Policy

Environmental Policy

Environmental awareness and preservation are becoming increasingly important elements of the working environment. For many years workplaces have let their waste management and environmental responsibilities take a back seat, however, Veteran has prided itself on not being one of the many and is pleased to work with clients who share the company’s concern in protecting the environment and saving energy.

For Veteran, both of these are important management tasks when planning working procedures and selecting products to use. For example, more than 90% of the products used by Veteran conform to the following criteria upon site requirement: (subject to site requirement)

  • fully biodegradable
  • no phosphates
  • no chlorine bleaches
  • no optical brighteners
  • no enzymes
  • no isopropanol
  • no nonylphenol ethoxylates
  • no formaldehyde
  • no butyl glycols

Quality Assurance Policy

Quality Assurance Policy

Veteran General Contracting maintains an in-house Quality Control Department that provides evaluations and program implementation for the firm and its clients.

We are one of the very few service providers to furnish a detailed, documented quality control program to property owners. We are diligent in providing the resources necessary to deliver the level of service not only promised but expected.

Our quality assurance and performance auditing initiatives ensure efficient delivery of high-quality services and evaluate our ability to create value for our clients through the effective implementation of our Standards.

Health & Safety Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Veteran General Contracting aims to assist landlords of commercial premises in complying with their Health and Safety obligations. We have certain responsibilities towards our clients and other users of the property. This policy sets out the key compliance obligations of our company.

We attend to the following matters, which are mentioned in the Policy:

  • General safety of the premises.
  • The safety and security of the premises we are providing services in.
  • The electrical safety of the main circuit i.e. the sockets and lighting.
  • Fire Alarm – primarily in the common areas, but making sure that all fire, smoke detection devices are well covering the locations and working properly by testing & commissioning in a periodical schedule with a very special and professional equipment.
  • Fire Protection – primarily in the common areas, but making sure that all areas have adequate fire detection in place and that it is working properly and valid.
  • Water safety – avoiding conditions that could cause bacteria and diseases that can be harmful to the health.

In Veteran General Contracting, we always research and look forward to hear from other incident experiences in order to add it to our knowledge and policies to avoid future unexpected incidents and to empower our policy and labor experience in these kinds of circumstances.

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