McGinley Support Services announces its commitment to Olympic 2012
McGinley Support Services announces its commitment to Olympic 2012 projects.
McGinley Support Services demonstrates its commitment, by announcing itself as a founding member of the supply of staff to Olympic 2012 projects charter.
Set up in 2006, the REC backed the charter as a member led initiative to respond to the challenges ahead in ensuring that the Olympics deliver in terms of an employment legacy for the people who live in some of Londons poorest boroughs.
It was prepared by the REC Construction Sustainable Employment Legacy Forum (SELF), a group of likeminded business working on a strategy to deliver high quality construction workers in an ethical and sustainable way to meet the construction resource needs of the 2012 Olympic Construction Projects.
It brings together businesses and stakeholders involved in constructing the Olympics and focuses on delivering an employment legacy.
This charter is signed by the following founder members:
McGinley Support Services Group
Active technical Resources
Redwood Building Services
The members of the REC Construction SELF are committed to five core delivery objectives to meet the construction resource needs of the 2012 Olympic Construction Projects.
1. Competent Labour which is Fit for Purpose
2. Pay & Conditions of Employment
3. Welfare of the Workforce
4. Sustainability Awareness
5. Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Dermot McGinley, Chairman of McGinley Support Services As a founding member of the charter, we have highlighted our dedication and our endeavours to recruit a diverse workforce which is representative of the local population.
We are also committed to the principles of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion within the workforce. We will treat all work seekers with dignity & respect and provide equal opportunities based on objective business benefits. We will support a commitment to EDI monitoring to support ODA outputs.