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Our Ethos & Philosophy

Wherever we are in an office, shop, classroom, sports game, church, or a restaurant, we engage in hospitality.
Our Catering & Training principals encapsulate all things hospitable, its not just about cooking great food and serving it politely, there is so much to be gained from this interaction/s.
H4Hospitality provides specialist hospitality consulting services and training to every sector of the hospitality industry and to the general public.

INTEGRITY IN EVERYTHING

YOU know that a company that has grown like ours has been built on fostering individual relationships, which in turn nurtures a company.

H4Hospitality is in the business of self improvement and organisational development.

H4 Hospitality endorses sustainable practices. We aim to incorporate a high proportion of locally sourced product in our menus and use environmentally sustainable practices at our sites to minimise our environmental footprint. We work closely with our clients to ensure that our practices meet the policy of each of our partners. We also identify areas for continuous improvement through the enhancement of the skills, knowledge and commitment of our employees at all levels of the organisation.
H4 Hospitality is committed to a philosophy of prevention of pollution and applies this philosophy in practical terms to all operations of our company to reduce all forms of pollution, to reduce the depletion of natural resources and to minimise waste. Actions currently include:

Engaging local suppliers were possible

  • Green purchasing principles and practices
  • Water and energy conservation and efficiency measures where possible
  • Improving operational efficiencies
  • Reducing dependence on fossil fuels in transportation and employee transport to reduce our carbon footprint
  • Waste minimisation with the objective of zero waste to ground where practical
  • Recycling unwanted products, chemicals and equipment
  • Staff training in waste management procedures