Rockpools’ business ethos has a passionate commitment to championing meaningful diversity – in all senses of the word - at its heart. Our position at the dynamic interface of sectors and industries, and our highly collaborative way of working, means that we draw on the best of talent, knowledge and innovation, wherever it is found.
We are willing to constructively challenge our clients to ensure that appropriate diversity considerations are embedded in the design of our services from the outset, not added on as an afterthought or tick-box exercise.
Aside from being a core ethical value, we believe diversity works – for us and for our clients. The most effective organisations position diversity awareness in their fabric, connecting their own structures and behaviours with responsiveness to their communities, stakeholders and customers. Our many years of experience tells us that this simply makes for more informed decisions and improved performance.
Rockpools strives to continually improve our own performance, policies and practices through our corporate structures.
Karen Wheeler will oversee RWM's radioactive waste management services and the delivery of a long-term solution for the UK’s higher activity radioactive waste
Rockpools have recently worked with Barking and Dagenham Council’s housing company, Reside, to appoint a new board and Managing Director to take forward the ambitious plans to provide even more affordable homes for local people.
Hundreds of nuclear industry experts gathered in Cumbria for a two-day focus on managing radioactive waste.