MIGSOLV (the ‘Organisation’) aims to provide its customers with a high-quality data centre environment in line with industry best practice to its clients throughout the UK and Europe.
The Management team commits to implement and maintain a quality policy that:
The policy is:
The Management Team is committed to ensuring that its customers’ needs and expectations are met and that they are fulfilled with the aim of enhancing customer satisfaction.
This Quality Policy is regularly reviewed in order to ensure its continuing sustainability.
Date: 25th May 2019
MIGSOLV is committed to achieving and maintaining a sound Environmental Management System (EMS) and recognises that a good EMS must be an integral and fundamental part of its business strategy. As such, MIGSOLV has adopted the ISO 14001 International Standard.
The Senior Management Team will ensure the availability of financial and human resources (within financial constraints).
This policy statement sets out our environmental commitment; it updates and replaces all previous statements. The company will comply with, or exceed the minimum requirements of ISO 14001, applicable legal requirements and with other requirements to which the organisation subscribes which relate to its environmental aspects.
MIGSOLV’s Environment Policy is communicated to all members of staff and contractors and is available as a public document.
The Environmental Policy forms an integral part of the company’s Environment Management System (EMS) and applies to its data centre operation in Norwich.
In the course of our operations and within resource constraints, we will improve our environmental performance by setting objectives and targets in the following areas:
Prevention of Pollution
Legal Requirements and Codes of Conduct
Setting and Reviewing Objectives
The data centre will be audited based on the Environmental Policy objectives and methods put in place to measure results.
A review of objectives and results will be carried out on an annual basis and mechanisms put in place to discuss and implement new ideas for improvement.
Date: 5th April 2019
This policy outlines MIGSOLV’s (the organisation) statement to Security at The Gatehouse. The purpose of the policy statement is to ensure business continuity and minimise business damage by preventing the occurrence of or reducing the impact of security incidents. This statement is to be reviewed for applicability on a yearly basis by Senior Management.
1.1. Definitions of Terms
Confidentiality: Protecting information from unauthorised disclosure.
Integrity: Safeguarding the accuracy and completeness of the information
Integrity: Ensuring that information and vital services are available when required
Information assets include hard copy documents, data, software, storage media, hardware and communications networks. The organisation shall ensure that:
This policy statement is supported by additional policies regarding acceptable information security practice within the organisation. Non-compliance with this policy will be dealt with in accordance with organisation disciplinary procedures.
Date: 29th May 2019
In accordance with its duty under Section 2(3) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act, 1974, and in fulfilling its obligations to both employees and the public who may be affected by its activities, David Manning, Managing Director of MIGSOLV has produced the following statement of policy in respect of health and safety.
It is our aim to achieve a working environment which is free of work related accidents and ill-health and to this end we will pursue continuing improvements from year to year.
We undertake to discharge our statutory duties by:
All employees on their part are encouraged to contribute actively towards achieving a work environment that is free of accidents and ill health.
The main objectives of our Policy are to achieve a zero-accident count by preventing accidents, comply with current legislation, maintain a sound reputation for Health and Safety and fulfil the needs of our training plan.
Our health and safety policy will be reviewed annually to monitor its effectiveness and to ensure that it reflects changing needs and circumstances.
This statement is to be read in conjunction with the responsibilities, arrangements, procedures and guidance that together form MIGSOLV’s health and safety manual.
Date: 30th June 2019