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We are dedicated to delivering world-class scientific research which fully meets our customers’ requirements for quality, timeliness and cost. The quality of our science is supported by our Quality Management System (QMS) which ensures that appropriately-trained and qualified personnel use correctly maintained and calibrated equipment and appropriate techniques to produce reliable outputs. Our system of records management enables us to fully demonstrate the quality of our science and to protect the intellectual property rights of our customers.
In order to achieve our vision of being recognised as a leading providers of applied forest and tree-related science, forestry data services, policy evidence, technical development, specialist extension services and professional training:
For our built estate, we have a formal Environmental Management System (EMS) which is certified to ISO 14001:2015. Our operational activities are managed in accordance with the UK Forestry Standard (UKFS) and the UK Woodland Assurance Standard (UKWAS), to which we are certified by both the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).
If you would like further information regarding Forest Research’s quality and environmental management standards, processes and accreditations, please contact Andrew Price.
Forest Research’s Sustainability Report 2022/23
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