Scottish Canals is committed to the highest standards of
In order to achieve this we follow policies which guide our
business and actions as a company.
Scottish Canals is committed to achieving excellence in Health and Safety Management and has standards and processes in place to support this commitment.
We value the built and natural heritage on the Scottish canals, and understand how important our role is in conserving and protecting this special environment and heritage for all to enjoy.
We look after the varying needs of the broad range of customers who live, work and play on and around our canals.
We enjoy working with volunteers right across the Scottish canals – while we benefit from their time, commitment, enthusiasm and expertise, volunteers gain unique experience, develop new skills and make a real difference in their communities.
Scottish Canals is committed to equal opportunities, treating everyone fairly and considerately. At the same time we respect and value people’s differences, and understand that a diverse workforce can make a more effective contribution to the canals and their communities.
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The Scottish Canals are nearly 200 years old and maintain many of their original design features and character – making them the perfect venue for many events.
View our library of publications and strategy documents relating to the Scottish canals.
Find out about Scottish Canals' procurement policies and find out about our latest contract opportunities.
Scottish Canals recognises that Gaelic is an integral part of Scotland’s heritage, national identity and cultural life. We understand that as a Scottish public body, we can play a part in ensuring that Gaelic has a sustainable future and so provide for our Gaelic speaking customers.
We are committed to safeguarding personal information held about individuals. Scottish Canals is registered in the United Kingdom under the Data Protection Act 1998, number Z7148998.