We are proud partners of Planet Mark, a sustainability certification helping organisations measure and reduce their carbon emissions and enhance their contributions to society.
Planet Mark is a sustainability certification for every type of organisation, for real estate and for products. Certification recognises continuous improvement, encourages action and builds an empowered community of like-minded individuals who make a world of difference.
As part of our role to support our members on their sustainability journey, we wanted to find a sustainability expert that members could consult with and we are very happy to have found this with Mark. Mark has over 30 years’ experience of sustainability and CSR, having worked for some of the UK’s largest brands and whose previous roles include Sustainability Consultant, Head of Compliance and Head of Auditing within a number of companies including M&S, Deloitte, Radissons and Sulzer.
Mark can support your journey through audits (Sustainability Audit, Waste Audit, Gap Analysis and Life Cycle Assessments), and training (Carbon Foot printing, Duty of Care, Waste Legislation and Introduction to EMS). Full details are available on https://markallisonconsulting.com.
Furniture Industry Sustainability Programme (FISP)
Commercial Interiors UK is a guiding partner in FISP, which is an independently certified sustainability programme tailored to the needs of the Furniture Industry supply chain. FISP promotes best practise to drive social, economic and environmental change, via continual improvement of member’s business operations.
Created in 2006 FISP is recognised as the benchmark for sustainable practices in the UK furniture industry. It is widely referenced by procurement teams and furniture specifiers as a key part of an organisations sustainable procurement policies.
FISP has rapidly become established as the furniture industry forum on all environmental and sustainability issues. These issues relate to all aspects of the industry’s business from purchasing and procurement right through to end of product life, including social, ethical and employment concerns as well as waste, energy and emissions. FISP is an industry scheme, run by its members with all scheme governance issues agreed by its Steering Committee which members are welcome to join.