Topic business, Sustainability, Awards
Date 31 Jul 2019
Galliford Try has, once again, outperformed peers in the FTSE4Good Index, an exclusive investor index that rates companies according to how effectively they manage their environmental, social and governance risks.
The Group was independently assessed to have achieved a score of 3.2 out of 5, placing it well above the sector average score of 2.4 out of the companies that were assessed.
The Group scored particularly well across environmental supply chain, labour standards, anti-corruption, climate change, health and safety, and corporate governance, reflecting recent work on awareness of our Code of Conduct, modern slavery and new training on anti-money laundering and cyber security.
Commenting on the results, Graham Prothero, Chief Executive of Galliford Try plc, said: “We’re committed to our vision to be leaders in the construction of a sustainable future and benchmarks such as this confirm the excellent work we are doing in relation to our environmental, social and governance impacts.
“This all forms part of doing the right thing and I thank all the teams across the country who work so hard to ensure we behave in a sustainable way.”