Hardscape’s Group Ethical Trade Manager, Glenn Bradley, has been re-elected as Chair of the Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Forum. The news was announced at the May 2018 Forum, held at the East Side visitor centre in Belfast.
Glenn joined other key influencers at the Forum, including Stephen Kelly, CEO of Manufacturing Northern Ireland, who spoke about the impact Brexit could have on manufacturing and human rights issues in Northern Ireland. Kellie Turtle, a lobbyist with the Women’s Resource and Development Agency in Northern Ireland, shared her plans to launch a Childcare Campaign within the employment sector, promoting human rights and equality. Kerry Kelly, Head of Compliance for Staffline Ireland, was also re-elected as Vice Chair at the Forum.
Driven by a vision of a better world, Glenn is conscientiously helping to shape the Ethical agenda in the UK and Ireland. Thanks to his pioneering work, Hardscape recently became the first company in the industry to receive ‘achiever’ status a full members of the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) and was also listed on the Modern Slavery Act registry.
Hardscape is proud to be spearheading changes around Business and Human Rights in the UK and Ireland. As reflected in our core business beliefs, which are centred around the three-tier framework of the United Nations guiding principles for business and human rights: we guarantee that our supply chain workforce is protected and respected.
Complementing this status our very own Glenn Bradley, Hardscape’s Group Ethical Trade Manager, was recently re-elected in May as Chair at the Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Forum, held at the Eastside Visitor Centre in Belfast.
Glenn is conscientiously helping to shape the Ethical agenda in the UK and Ireland with Hardscape within the construction industry, whilst having influence in other sectors too.