Thursday, 30 May 2013

Management Training Won’t Go To Waste

A group of seven site and senior managers from Scottish metal reprocessing and steel trading company, John Lawrie Group, recently attended a waste management training course organised by specialist waste training consultancy Albion Environmental.

The training programme covered a range of topics including the principles of good waste management, duty of care, the definition of waste and European waste codes.

“Waste producers and waste management companies must comply with an increasing volume of environmental legislation,” said Ray Grant, environmental director, John Lawrie Group. “The trainers from Albion Environmental are highly qualified with many years of experience in this field. This ensures that our managers are fully aware of the many and varied issues that may affect our customers and suppliers.

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“John Lawrie Group is committed to the highest standards of compliance and professionalism in all of our activities, including waste handling. This commitment ensures that our customers are protected from any potential legislative issues when we process and handle waste on their behalf.”

John Lawrie Group was established in the 1930’s and has become one of the UK’s foremost scrap metal reprocessors and steel trading companies. The Aberdeen-based organisation is one of the country’s leading privately owned companies and employs over 100 people across operations in the UK, America and Europe.

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