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Codes of Conduct

Northstone (NI) Limited is a CRH subsidiary and as such, is committed to the highest standards of honest, legal and ethical behaviour as set out in our Code of Business Conduct and the related policies and codes.  This is under pinned by a culture of openings and our core values of integrity, honesty and respect for the law.  Our Code of Business Conduct, policies and codes provide clear guidance on how we can put these fundamental principles into practice every day to ensure that we protect our integrity and continue to engage with our work colleagues, customers, suppliers and the wider community in a responsible, ethical, respectful and sustainable way.

A violation of our Code of Business Conduct and/or of its underlying codes of policies is taken very seriously and, subject to investigation outcomes, may result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal.  In particular, CRH as a Company takes a zero tolerance approach to bribery, corruption and fraud.  Monitoring of compliance with policies and Codes is ongoing to provide a comprehensive and integrated approach to assurance across the business.

Northstone (NI) Limited also apply the CRH Supplier Code of Code.  This Code places business ethics and sustainability at the forefront of all business interactions, including those with our suppliers, recognising that they are key stakeholders in the success of the business.  Every supplier we engage, both direct and indirect, is expected to share our unwavering commitment to ethical business practices and meet our standards including in respect of human rights, health and safety and environmental stewardship.

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News
  • Update from Woking Office
    Warren Wright, Director of England South, the new Farrans region in England has kindly provided Northlink with an update on his area of responsibility.
    28 April 2017
  • Richard and Diane decide to retire
    Richard McDermott, the Northstone Materials Commercial Director, and his wife, Diane, have both decided to retire this Christmas and bring to an end a total of 48 years of service to our Company.
    28 April 2017
  • Significant Progress at New Wear Crossing
    The past 6 months have seen significant visible progress on the Farrans New Wear Crossing contract under the guiding hand of Project Director, Stephen McCaffrey.
    28 April 2017