As a fully committed socially and environmentally responsible company, we constantly strive to make a positive difference through all of our business activities. Not only do we want to be one of the best places to work, but we also want Access to be as ethically and environmentally responsible as possible!
We are proud to be the only travel management company credited on BAFTA's sustainable supplier list and have been accredited to environmental standard (ISO 14001) for the past 5 years - we've also worked with many top productions who have been awarded Albert+ certification. We're always looking for new ways to demonstrate that we've adopted the best practices to manage the environmental impacts of our business.
Here's just a sample of some of our key priority areas:
As if that wasn’t enough, we also operate on our own eco-friendly grading programme within our supply chain! Our programme accredits providers who are able to demonstrate that they operate in an environmentally friendly manner, this is marked on our enquires using our green logo !
Through our commitment to sustainability and working with our suppliers and customers to ensure we can demonstrate environmental and social sustainability in all our activities. Here you'll find our sustainability policy.
Access Bookings is also committed to ensuring that modern slavery & human trafficking is not taking place in our business. Please view our signed statement.
Our nominated charities for 2020 are:
Other charities that we have previously raised funds for include: Comic Relief, Guide Dogs, Hounds for Heroes, Sport Relief, Teenage Cancer Trust, Unicef
Access Bookings is delighted to support BBC Media Action, the BBC's international development charity which uses the media to transform and improve lives in some of the world's most challenging places. This innovative charity makes TV and radio programmes, it trains and mentors journalists, runs educational mobile phone services and supports development professionals to improve their communication skills. It reaches an incredible 200 million people across the world, giving them reliable information and helping them make sense of events, engage in dialogue and take action to improve their lives. We are pleased to be supporting the work of BBC Media Action by helping them with their accommodation needs.
David Goldesgeyme, BBC Media Action's Head of Corporate Partnerships says, "We are not funded by the licence fee, so our work is only possible thanks to our generous donors - whether governments, foundations, individuals or companies like Access Bookings, whose support is incredibly helpful and very much appreciated."
For more information, please see www.bbc.co.uk/mediaaction.