Every business has activities, products or services that have a potential impact on the environment  and we all have a responsibility to future generations to protect our environment.  Stakeholders at every level (including the public, clients and the government) demand evidence that environmental risks are being effectively managed by businesses, and businesses themselves can reap significant rewards from managing their environmental impacts.

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How can the S2 Partnership help?

The S2 Partnership has a team of qualified specialist environmental consultants on hand to help organisations manage environmental priorities effectively.  From undertaking flood risk assessments to developing pollution incident response plans, environmental management systems and energy audits, our approach is to work with each client to develop bespoke, practical solutions to environmental requirements.

We work with clients to develop individually tailored environmental policies, procedures and site specific sustainability studies, including setting meaningful environmental objectives and targets for buildings and portfolios.  Waste management advice provides techniques to increase recycling rates and reduce waste to landfill and associated costs.

Our next step is to develop practical solutions and cost-saving opportunities with cost-benefits analyses to evaluate payback periods.

As part of a holistic approach to environmental management, the S2 Partnership identifies the risk of high-impact, unplanned environmental incidents such as fires, floods and spillages and develops controls to reduce and manage these risks.

The S2 Partnership has held ISO 14001 for its own operations since 2007, enabling us to work with businesses to develop an environmental management system that really works, having experienced the process for ourselves.

Ongoing environmental audits provide the opportunity for continuous environmental improvements and the review of new technologies and legislation.

RiskWise, the S2 Partnership’s online risk management solution includes a module entirely dedicated to helping meet your environmental objectives – acting as a hub for all environmental information and actions.  RiskWise enables the tracking of all environmental inspections and audits, recording, monitoring and reporting on energy consumption which may be used for CRC reporting.  RiskWise delivers easy and comprehensive waste management and reporting including detailed waste stream and waste recovery analysis.

Working with clients collaboratively, we assess, advise and deliver innovative environmental management solutions to reduce risk and deliver business benefits.

What are the benefits of Environmental Management?

Making environmental performance a key part of business direction is shown to have a number of business benefits:

  • improved business efficiency
  • reduced costs, tax breaks and improved profitability
  • reduced business risks
  • a healthier workplace and improved morale
  • increased demand for products and services as clients demand green credentials
  • increased competitive edge
  • enhanced reputation, engaged stakeholders and demonstration of corporate social responsibility

Why S2?

  • Experience.
  • Innovation.
  • Range of Services.
  • Risk Management Knowledge.
  • Quality of Service.
  • Working in Partnership.
  • European Coverage.
  • RiskWise.

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Environmental Management System (ISO 14001)
An Environmental Management System (EMS) meeting the requirements of ISO 14001 enables an organisation of any size or type to identify and control the environmental impact of its business and to continually improve its environmental performance. read more
Environmental Risk / Impact Assessment
An environmental assessment identifies the potential and actual impacts that a property or site can have on the environment and assesses how they are currently being controlled. read more
Environmental Consultancy
Environmental legislation can be complex and overwhelming – the monitoring and management of environmental impacts requires extensive experience and effort. Consultancy services can help building owners, tenants and site managers understand and manage environmental aspects and assist in decision making on how best to improve environmental performance. read more
Flood Risk Assessment
A flood risk assessment is a process that identifies what risk a property or asset is at from flooding. Flooding risks identified include surface water flooding, ground water flooding or from other sources, such as burst river banks or pipes. read more
Air Monitoring
Air monitoring assesses levels of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and ozone and assessed levels of airborne bacteria, fungi, humidity and temperature levels. read more
Pollution Incident Response Plan
A Pollution Incident Response Plan (PIRP) provides essential information on what to do in the event of an incident with the potential to harm the environment. It also forms a key part of any Environmental Management System (EMS) such as ISO 14001. read more
Baseline Sustainability Audit
A sustainability audit identifies potential & actual impacts that a property or site can have on the environment and assesses how they are currently being controlled. read more
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is awarded following the successful completion of an EPC inspection, which is carried out to identify how efficient a building is and to provide it a rating based on this performance from A to G, with A being the most efficient. read more
Energy Audit
An energy audit is an assessment carried out of a building, or areas of a building, to assess energy performance. read more
Gas Monitoring
One of our expertly trained and experienced consultants will analyse gas levels of areas specified by the client using a GA2000 Analox and will report gas levels for oxygen, carbon dioxide, methane & hydrogen sulphide. read more
Waste Management Audit/Assessment
All waste producers have an obligation to understand and record what waste streams they produce and how they manage waste. read more