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Irish Sea Contractors receives platinum medal for sustainability

Updated: Sep 17, 2021

Irish Sea Contractors has been awarded the platinum medal from EcoVadis for sustainability. This award places Irish Sea Contractors in the top 1% of companies assessed by EcoVadis for their sustainability practices in this industry.

The growth in organisations focussing on sustainability in their supply chain continues to increase, and it can been seen across the offshore energy, subsea cable and marine engineering industries. Being a sustainable enterprise has always been a top priority for Irish Sea Contractors. This recognition by EcoVadis - the worldwide leading provider of sustainability ratings who evaluates the performances of companies and their supply chains - demonstrates this and our company values.

"We are delighted to have received the platinum award from our first assessment with EcoVadis", says David Barrett, Managing Director of Irish Sea Contractors.
"This result recognises the joint effort of all of our employees who continuously work to make our company more sustainable and ensure that we achieve this when on project sites. Going forward, we will use the analysis and results to continue responsibly shaping and improving our corporate culture and social impact."

About 'EcoVadis Sustainability Assessment'

The 'EcoVadis Sustainability Assessment' looks at sustainability performance of companies in the dimensions of environment, labour and human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement. The methodology framework assesses companies' policies and actions as well as their published reporting relating to the dimensions.

To achieve the platinum medal, companies must have an overall score of 73-100 and companies are assessed by industry.

EcoVadis assesses over 55,000 companies across 200+ industries, in over 150 countries. For more information, visit


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