Morgan Sindall Infrastructure has attained ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System certification from the British Standards Institution. This indicates that we take necessary steps to ensure that we conduct our business in a spirit of integrity and that no act of bribery by any person either employed by, or acting as an agent of, Morgan Sindall, will be tolerated.
To reflect this, the Executive Team of Morgan Sindall Infrastructure has:
1. Adopted an anti-bribery policy
2. Implemented an Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) to give effect to this policy
3. Sought and received management support across the business for both the policy and the ABMS.
Gender pay gap information
Morgan Sindall Group's Gender Pay Gap report outlines information for the Group as a whole, plus the four subsidiaries that meet the reporting requirements (Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd, Overbury plc, Morgan Sindall Property Services Limited, and Lovell Partnerships Limited). You can read the full Morgan Sindall Group report at the governance page on the Morgan Sindall Group plc website.
Morgan Sindall Infrastructure is passionate about ensuring integrity at every level in all our business dealings. We believe integrity is about doing the right thing for our customers, our people and our suppliers, which ultimately means doing the right thing for our business.
Critical to delivering on our commitment to integrity, is finding out if our standards are not met. If a party has any concerns which they feel unable to raise directly with their usual Morgan Sindall Infrastructure contacts they can raise the matter using the Group’s Raising Concerns helpline. All calls are taken by Safecall, an independent organisation with impartial staff trained to handle these types of calls. The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be contacted on 0800 915 1571 or online at www.safecall.co.uk/report.
Section 172 statement
You may wish to view our Section 172(1) statement, made available in line with guidance from the Companies Act 2006.