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ARC achieve Community Champion Accreditation

In January 2020 Asset Risk Consultants Guernsey (ARC) were awarded the ESI Monitor Community Champion kite mark.  In making the award to  ARC, Marc Laine the founder of ESI Monitor paid tribute to the extraordinary commitment of the team at ARC to ensure that through financial and in-kind donations, the community was able to share in the success of this  great Guernsey business.

 

Community Champion Award

ESI Monitor has developed a simple and effective way for businesses to demonstrate their commitment, and the contribution they make, to the community they operate in. Accredited businesses are listed in our directory as having surpassed our threshold. They will receive the award and quarterly benchmarking data on their performance compared to other businesses in their own industry, as well as interesting comparisons to other industries.

The aim of the award is to reward those businesses that contribute most and encourage other businesses to attain higher standards. Major adoption will see a significant increase in contributions from the business community to the third sector.

Private data, as shown in the table below, is be provided quarterly for individual businesses to judge their performance and make choices about future contributions. If required, the data can be used to provide regulatory, government, suppliers, customers, staff and relevant parties with independently verified data on their contribution to the community.

To enter your business into the Community Champion scheme, simply fill in the online form at https://esimonitor.org/community-champion-rating/. Once we have received your submission, we will arrange a site assessment visit, where our assessor will assist with categorising any items and validate the data provided. Once the assessor has completed the onsite assessment, they will make their recommendation to ESI Monitor regarding your Community Champion award eligibility.

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