CNet Training has been recognised with two ‘green’ accolades in recognition of its commitment to minimising its environmental impact and maximising sustainability.
As part of its ongoing commitment to society, people, and the environment, CNet completes a thorough assessment of its sustainability practices every year through EcoVadis, the global standard for business sustainability ratings. The EcoVadis assessment includes 21 sustainability criteria across four themes: Environment, Ethics, Labour & Human Rights, and Sustainable Procurement. CNet has maintained its status as a Silver EcoVadis Certificate holder for 2023, placing the company in the top 25% of organisations who have undergone the assessment.
Additionally, following a recent visit from an environmental standards officer to its headquarters in Suffolk, England, CNet reported a successful audit and continuation of its ISO 14001:2015 certification. The renewed certification demonstrates CNet’s continuous commitment to environmental awareness and its active efforts to reduce its impact on the environment through effective management systems and committed employees. It recognises and celebrates the company’s achievements in meeting its objectives in reducing and controlling energy, waste, and resources.
President and CEO of CNet, Andrew Stevens, commented, “CNet is committed to continuously monitoring and managing its performance, and with the help of EcoVadis and our ISO 14001:2015 certification, we have a clear roadmap for how we can continue to increase our impact in sustainability commitments, practices, and performance over time. We look forward to continuing our positive progress in the direction of sustainability.”
CNet is dedicated to supporting sustainability through education and provides globally respected technical education programmes that highlight environmental aspects within mission critical facilities, including the Certified Data Centre Sustainability Professional (CDCSP) and Certified Data Centre Energy Professional (CDCEP) programmes.