Today, the Tank Storage Association (TSA) has formally launched a new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Charter affirming the sector’s shared commitment to environmental, social and governance principles.
The ESG Charter has been developed in conjunction with member organisations and is accompanied by a framework to assist TSA members in developing clear and common policies. The commitment builds on TSA’s recently launched Safety Leadership Charter and Significant Indicators programme, demonstrating the sector’s dedication to continuous improvement.
Peter Davidson, Executive Director of the Tank Storage Association, said: “TSA’s members play a vital role in the UK’s economy by providing the critical infrastructure necessary for the transportation of bulk liquids, creating jobs and fostering innovation. Through adherence to the Charter, our members affirm their shared commitment to environmental, social and governance principles. Our association continues leading from the front and this, together with our Safety Leadership Charter and Significant Indicators programme, demonstrates our commitment to strive for continuous improvement.”
For an electronic copy of our Environmental, Social, and Governance Charter, click here.
Notes to editors
- The Tank Storage Association (TSA) represents the interests of over 60 member companies engaged in the storage of bulk liquids and the provision of products and services to the sector. Collectively, its members operate 293 terminals and distribution hubs in the UK and have over 10 million cubic metres of storage capacity in the United Kingdom (UK) and Republic of Ireland (ROI). TSA’s members provide and support an essential interface between sea, road, rail and pipeline logistics for many different substances including transport and heating fuels, chemicals, animal feed and foodstuffs.
- Tank Storage Association’s Safety Leadership Charter: Commitment to Good Major Hazard Leadership
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