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Our future depends on the decisions we make today; for the planet, our people, and for our communities. In committing to making good things happen, we centre environmental, social and corporate governance policies – integrating the cutting edge practices that drive sustainable and ethical business outcomes.
We believe a healthy workspace is one that fosters diversity, creativity, autonomy and inclusivity. Upholding human rights, fair industrial relations and employment conditions is fundamental to our business, as is adherence to the Modern Slavery Act, and an extensive supplier audit, ensuring that all collaborators align with our operational values, and internationally recognised standards of practice.
Sustainability is key to our operation. In the current climate, there is no excuse to overlook the impacts that we as a business may have on the environment. We’re proud to incorporate circular economy practices within our supplier network, and the four walls of our business. We are passionate about delivering solutions that deliver value to our customers, while positively supporting our planet.
Giving back is key to our conscience. This belief is upheld via a wide array of community commitments including; volunteering and corporate sponsorship opportunities and a robust student work-experience program. We recognise the responsibility that our organisation has in taking proactive steps towards national reconciliation, and are committed to delivering genuine value to First Nations communities via our adoption of the Reconciliation Action Plan principals.
We source domestically and internationally using a pre-qualified, accredited panel of suppliers. Each supplier adheres to the rigours of our Ethical Supply Chain Policy (2013), ensuring all products are tested for quality, safety, ethical practice and adherence to Federal and State legislations. Our adherence to the 2018 Modern Slavery Act and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights ensures that individual rights are upheld within all supply exchanges – child and forced labor have no place within our supply chain. Finally, we guarantee that all promotional merchandise provided through our partnership will be free from BPA, Phthalates, and any other contaminants deemed a health or occupational risk by Federal, State, or associated governing bodies.
We take great pride in our unwavering commitment to providing sustainable customer solutions. From sourcing eco-conscious print materials, to researching, developing, and delivering recycled plastic alternatives for single use medical products, we strive to minimise both ours, and our customers environmental impact. We actively collaborate with international suppliers who hold FSC Chain of custody certification (FSC©) and/or the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC™) for sustainably sourced and manufactured papers, and only engage with suppliers that have implemented (or are in the process of implementing) environmental management systems that meet international standards. For non-fibre materials, we ensure that consideration is given to attributes such as compostability, biodegradability or recyclability, and this requirement is regularly audited. In considering environmental factors when sourcing products, we focus on using certified forest fibre and alternative renewable energy sources, reducing chemical and water use wherever possible, and choosing products that contain recycled content.