Our People & Communities
Every construction project to set and achieve a % target for working with local businesses and people.
Every project to have a local needs assessment conducted.
Achieve more than 85% satisfaction score for the “TSL Talks” employee survey.
Deliver the TSL Health and Wellbeing plan.
Conduct a detailed review of code of conduct performance with 10% of the supply chain every year.
Deliver a site stand down on modern slavery at every project by 2030.
Deliver more than 300 hours of diversity, inclusion and equity training by 2030.
All TSL leaders and managers to have a target relating to inclusivity.
Deliver the TSL climate adaptation plan preparing the business for the future.
Support clients to design “climate ready” infrastructure.
Achieve more than 30 hours training (average) per person per year to 2030.
Rollout the TSL Carbon Literacy training programme achieving > 80% of all staff by 2030.
Our social value policy encapsulates our commitment to advancing social, economic, and environmental sustainability. It is founded on the belief that a company’s success is intricately linked to creating positive and lasting impacts, advancing the communities in which we operate within. We acknowledge that every construction project we undertake has wide-ranging implications, and we are responsible for ensuring that those implications are overwhelmingly positive. We have grouped our activities into five key focus areas that we believe are essential to creating social value:
Through integrated policies, TSL is committed to drive client and community value and generate economic, social, and environmental benefits. Our commitment to social responsibility is not merely an addendum to our business strategy; it is a fundamental aspect of who we are as a company.