Leave No Trace Ireland - Business All-Star Accreditation
Leave No Trace Ireland have successfully navigated 3 rounds of auditing which proved their performance, trust and customer-centricity.
The auditing process has left us in no doubt as to Leave No Trace Ireland’s suitability for Business All-Star accreditation and their inclusion in The Register of Irish Business Excellence (TRIBE).
– Kieran Ring, Deputy Chair, Adjudication Board
Message from Maura Kiely - Manager, Leave No Trace Ireland
On behalf of all the team at Leave No Trace Ireland, we are delighted to achieve Business All-Star Accreditation. The accreditation process gave our organisation the opportunity to reflect on our achievements, growth strategy and above all, the real value Leave No Trace Ireland creates for all stakeholders engaged in responsible outdoor recreation across the island of Ireland.
The opportunity to receive first-hand feedback from the panel of auditors, our employees, clients and suppliers through the reference check round was particularly insightful.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank not only the Foundation but also our dedicated team, Board of Directors and most importantly our trainers, members and suppliers and all those that continue to support us in our mission to promote the ethos of Leave No Trace across Ireland. We look forward to continuing to meet and indeed exceed the standards set by the AIBF.
About Leave No Trace Ireland
Leave No Trace is an outdoor ethics programme designed to promote and inspire responsible outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships.
This is the place to find out more about everyone’s access rights and responsibilities in Ireland’s outdoors. Leave No Trace Ireland applies to most public lands, coastal and inland water.
If you’re a member of the public wanting to enjoy some fresh air in a local park, or a dog walker, hill walker, mountain biker, horse rider or kayaker, there is information for you and much more.
Ireland’s outdoors is managed by a variety of people and organisations and many of them earn their living from the land. It is all of our responsibilities to respect each other’s activities and interests in the outdoors.