We believe that every one needs to take responsibility for conserving our environment and scarce natural resources. We express our responsibility by developing and selling products, systems and services which help users conserve energy.
We believe that everyone who comes in contact with our business deserves a safe environment. We are committed to working with all employees, not merely to comply with existing statutory, national and local, regulations, but also making our sites wholesomely safe workplaces.
Measurements are at the heart of everything we do. All our instruments must always provide valid and good measurements over their design lifetime. This level of measurement performance is the only way to engender trust with our users.
Our goal is to achieve a standard of quality better than or equal to the best available in the markets we serve. We express our commitment to our customers by believing that we exist because of our customers, not for ourselves.
We believe that our desired business results can only be achieved when everyone lives our core values; this means going beyond just abiding by the law. These values are derived from our beliefs, these have been well considered and are documented and circulated to our employees.
The way we do things defines our culture at work. Our culture is rooted in our values. Our values in turn are derived from our core beliefs, things we just take as being true without the need of further proof
This statement is made in accordance with section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the Act) and
constitutes Secure Meters (UK) Limited’s (Secure Meters) slavery and human trafficking statement for
the current financial year.
This document, along with our underlying operational procedures in relation to Secure's tax affairs, which has been approved by the Board of Directors of Secure Meters (UK) Limited on 15 March 2019, sets out approach to conducting its tax affairs and dealing with tax risks as required under paragraph 16(2) of Schedule 19 Finance Act 2016 for the financial year ending 31 March 2019.
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