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Wipro Infrastructure Engineering is committed to defining its position in the marketplace and understands how legal, political, economic, social and technological issues influence our strategic direction and organisational context.
Wipro Infrastructure Engineering, identifies, analyses, monitors and reviews factors that may affect our ability to satisfy customers and stakeholders, as well as factors that may adversely impact the stability of our process or the integrity of our management system.
To ensure that our Integrated Management System is aligned with our strategy, taking account relevant internal and external factors, we collate and analyze pertinent information in order to determine the potential impact on our context and subsequent business strategy.
The Integrated Management policy acts as a compass, providing the direction and framework for establishing key corporate level performance metrics, as well as related objectives and targets. The top management ensures that our corporate policies are established and documented, and that these policies are available to all concerned.
The ecosystem is degrading due to global warming, water scarcity, poor air quality, hazardous waste disposal and species loss. Each of these affects environmental degradation at varying levels. While issues like global warming affects the whole world, problems like air pollution, water scarcity and hazardous waste disposal are localized and affects a particular region or geography. One cannot overlook the fact that an organization’s ecological impact spills beyond its boundaries.
The stakeholders affected by Wipro’s action on ecological sustainability could be -
A good policy is only a start. Implementation realities require a mature management system. Salient features of Wipro’s Integrated Management System define: