I sift through my waste note paper - to figure out what needs to go in the confidential waste and what can be recycled. I always turn my light off if the sun is shining through my window.2nd July 2015
I can't walk past an empty meeting room which still has its lights on without turning them off myself. Barclay House L2 meeting room is my nemesis!2nd July 2015
Always think before printing 'Do I really need to print this?'. If everyone did this, there would surely be savings made. Also, consider turning off computers in meeting rooms at the end of each day rather than leave running over night.2nd July 2015
I have never used a lift since I started working here last October. I work on the 5th Floor and have to go to MRI, post room and Level 10 Southwood building on a regular basis.2nd July 2015
We are removing our underdesk waste bins and hvaing more recycling bins. This will encourage people to recycle more and hopefully get people to think about the waste they are creating. Small steps to a better future.2nd July 2015
I am trying to print as little as possible, one way I am doing this is by writing the agendas to meetings in my notebook instead of printing out a piece of paper I will throw away straight after the meeting.1st July 2015
When leaving the office to go home I always turn off my computer and lights, print as little as possible, encourage staff to fill out documents electronically rather than in paper form and if I had a tablet I would use this to write notes/reminders.1st July 2015
Use my laptop at all meetings now. No more printing out of minutes or agendas. Also easier to scan to relevant info using search tools. Nest step is converting traditional paper files into e-filing system1st July 2015
I doturn off the PC and room lights when leaving in the evening. Also I have noticed that some visitors to some of the toilets get confused by the 'swipe to turn, swipe to turn off' tap system. I always 'swipe off' where visitors have forgotten :)1st July 2015
Abi and I (Operation TLC team at GOSH) had a fabulous visit to GOSH the week before last. It was a great opportunity to thank the ward staff for joining the Operation TLC programme and reward them for all of their hard work.30th June 2015 2 comments! Add your voice to the conversation!
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