Lifelites environmental policy
We know that the work of Lifelites providing technology for children in hospices, has a positive impact on their short lives. However, we recognise that our activities may have some negative environmental effects and we wish to take steps to minimise these.
Technology and electricity
Travel and transport
Waste and recycling
Training and communicating this policy
We will communicate our environmental policy through the following means:
Updated Wednesday 26 February 2014
We know that the technology and services that we provide can change a child’s life. It gives children in hospices the opportunity to do so many things that they never thought possible, such as paint a picture, create music, play a game, or communicate with their family.
We’d like to introduce you to some of the children who have used the Lifelites technology, and the impact it has had on their short lives.
Lifelites is committed to donating and maintaining packages of assistive and inclusive technology to help life-limited and disabled children in children’s hospices throughout the British Isles.
In order to ensure the availability of ongoing funds to pay for this vital work, Lifelites aims to maintain its reputation in order to maintain and develop sources of funding.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure transparency, ethical and consistent dealings with all Lifelites stakeholders.
The Data Protection Act 1998 establishes a framework of rights and duties which are designed to safeguard personal data. This framework balances the legitimate needs of organisation to collect and use personal data for business and other purposes against the right of individuals to respect the privacy of their personal details.