Policies and Statements
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Nexstor as an employer must protect people from harm; this includes taking reasonable steps to protect employees and others from COVID-19. This risk assessment is designed to manage the risk associated with COVID-19 and outline the Company's mitigation planning.
Nexstor Anti-Slavery policy applies to all persons working for, or on behalf of the company in any capacity, including employees at all levels, directors, agency workers, volunteers, agents, contractors, and suppliers.
Nexstor is committed to providing quality products alongside an outstanding service to all clients. When something goes wrong, clients are invited to share their experience to help Nexstor improve processes and procedures.
Nexstor are committed to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of our employees, visitors and anyone that is involved in our business operations, so far as is reasonably practical. The company will take steps to ensure that statutory duties are always met.
It's Nexstor company policy to maintain a quality system designed to meet the requirements of ISO9001:2015 in pursuit of its primary objectives, the purpose, and the context of the organisation. The policy provides a framework for setting, monitoring, reviewing and achieving our objectives and targets.
Whistleblowing is when an individual knows, or suspects, that there is some wrongdoing occurring within the organization and alerts the employer or the relevant authority accordingly. The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 gives protection to all employees, including casual workers, agency workers, and contractors who make a qualifying disclosure when they reasonably believe it is in the public interest for them to do so.