Health & Safety
The Health & Safety of our employees is of paramount importance. We exercise a strict Health & Safety policy to ensure our work activities internally and externally are completed with minimal risk. We actively encourage employees throughout the organisation, and even site visitors, to challenge any unsafe practice.
All staff at Ritchie are committed to minimising the environmental impact of our activities. This is achieved by minimising our energy usage, minimising material scrap, maximising recycling and minimising our CO¬2 emissions through fleet management.
Integrity is behind everything we do. As a fifth generation family business, we take extraordinary care to treat our customers, people and suppliers in a respectful manner. This creates trust and allows us to build mutually beneficial relationships.
We strive to promote local business links within our own community, as well as the wider East Coast of Scotland. One of our Directors, Tony Walker, is a founding member of the newly established Tayside Engineering Network which promotes sharing engineering best practice and business networking. We were also founders of the Angus Training Group (ATG) and have always had a Director on the ATG Board.