Sander van de Bunt receives the CSR Quality Mark in accordance with the ISO 26000 requirements 2021-6 on behalf of Van de Pol Dienstverlening BV.

The CSR Quality Mark Committee has been informed that Van de Pol Dienstverlening BV has successfully measured itself against the ISO 26000 bar of the CSR Quality Mark. With more than 150 employees, Van de Pol has been providing cleaning and specialist cleaning services for organizations in the Central Netherlands for over 15 years.

In addition, Van de Pol has placed CSR high on the agenda for many years. As early as 2019, the organization started testing the ISO 26000 checklist 2019-4, which means that structural improvement of the CSR policy is more than normal for the company. Inspector van der Werff was therefore allowed to take care of the audit in accordance with the 2021-6 checklist and already conclude at the closing that a good margin had been built up. We were then allowed to note the following from his report:

The management of the company clearly intends to implement CSR properly. The way in which staff are informed and involved, there is a focus on energy savings and waste reduction and there is a connection with the local economy and community shows this. Formulation of quantitative targets and benchmark within the industry is advised as next steps. The granting of the CSR Quality Mark is undeniably deserved.

The CSR Quality Mark Committee therefore conveys its heartfelt congratulations to Van de Pol Dienstverlening BV with obtaining the CSR Quality Mark in accordance with ISO 26000!

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