We are committed to ensuring that our business is ethical, sustainable and active in the community and focused on diversity and inclusion.
SCC has two charity partners;
The Prince’s Trust and Molly Olly’s Wishes.
SCC is a proud Patron of the Prince’s Trust, they support young people, enabling them to move into work, education or training. The Prince of Wales’s charity has helped 750,000 young people since 1976 and supports over 100 more each day.
Molly Olly's Wishes
SCC is proud to partner with Molly Olly’s Wishes. Molly Olly’s Wishes supports children with terminal or life threatening illnesses and their families to help with their emotional wellbeing. We grant individual wishes and donate therapeutic toys and books to both children directly and to hospitals throughout the UK.
Helping the Canal & River Trust ‘make life better by water’
SCC regularly take part in volunteering days cleaning up a stretch of the Birmingham canal, picking up litter, clearing the pathways of overgrown vegetation and re-painting signs for our long-standing partner and customer the Canal & River Trust. Volunteer work like this is vital for the Canal & River Trust in their mission to ‘make life better by water’.
SCC’s Rohima Begum talks to Channel Edge
Channel Edge talks to Rohima Begum from SCC about race, gender and disability, using her own experiences of the ‘3 Degrees of Marginalisation’ to explain the commercial and personal impact of diversity in business.
We learn about intersectionality, unconscious bias and how to spot hidden disabilities and what Rohima believes we can all do to effect real change.
Helping protect the environment
SCC’s carbon footprint assessment covers emissions from all of our UK operations, which includes emissions from all our sites, including data centres, as well as from our business travel.
We have been measuring our carbon footprint since 2010, working with CO2balance we have offset over 14,800 tonnes of CO2, supporting carbon saving projects in Kenya and Uganda that – as well as helping to combat climate change – has positively impacted over 20,000 people.
SCC supports the ten principles of the Global Compact with respect to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. We look forward to continuing to support the United Nations Global Compact and implementing in our organisation, as well, promoting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) to the businesses and NGO’s that we work with globally.
SCC operate its business in an environmentally sensitive manner and strives for continuous improvement in environmental performance.
SCC meets all requirements in the following areas – organisational governance, human rights, labour practices, the environment, fair operating practices, consumer issues and community involvement and development.
Carbon Reduction Plan