Atlantis Submarines Barbados has made a firm commitment to meet the highest international standards in regards to the environment, conservation and corporate responsibility.
The company is fully certified based on the following documents: Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism Criteria (STC Partnership), Green Globe Int., The Baseline Criteria of the Sustainable Tourism Network of the Americas, Agenda 21 and principles for sustainable development endorsed by 182 governments at the United Nations Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, The Mohonk Agreement, International Standard Organization (ISO) 9001 / 14001 as well as the European Eco Label.]
Atlantis Submarines Barbados has identified key environmental aspects related to the operation of its business in Barbados. These include: recycling programs, rational use of energy and water, waste management, reduction of greenhouse gases and the use of biodegradable materials. Atlantis Submarines Barbadoshas a comprehensive Environmental Management System in place addressing key environmental issues as well as issues of health, hygiene and safety. The company actively supports a carbon offset program.
Atlantis Submarines Barbadoscomplies with all employment and labor laws. The company has an ethics code in place for all staff and managers. Sustainable products from local businesses are preferred at all purchasing levels. Atlantis Submarines Barbados provides a guest feedback mechanism and responds accordingly.
Company management understands the impact of tourism and is committed to operate the business in a manner that protects and sustains natural resources and environment. Focus is set on purchasing locally from sustainable suppliers whenever possible. In addition, Atlantis Submarines Barbados actively supports the local community by sponsoring local events.
It is the goal of the company to identify, monitor and improve all aspects of environmental sustainability on an ongoing basis, to ensure that all operational legislative and regulatory requirements are met, and to preserve natural resources in Barbados and the Caribbean.
Green Globe Int. in Alliance with Green Certifications Inc. is the only worldwide recognized third party certification seal. The certification is based on international as well as local standards of the United Nations, European Union and other.
For more information, please visit www.greencertifications.com
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