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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Sydney Business School's Policy and Procedure for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is built on the following areas that reflect existing and emerging standards of CSR:
Sydney Business School is committed to environmental protection and stewardship by working with all stakeholders to promote and implement responsible environmental practices and continuous improvement.
Sydney Business School recognises that resource conservation, biodiversity and pollution prevention are key to a sustainable environment, and will effectively integrate these concepts into its business decision-making.
All employees are aware that they are responsible and accountable for operating in an environmentally responsible manner.
Health & Safety
Sydney Business School is committed to protecting the health and safety of our staff, students, clients, suppliers and the public by providing a safe and healthy environment.
All security and Fire/ Life/ Safety staff at each campus are thoroughly trained for emergency situations.
Security and safety initiatives are implemented by each campus based on timely assessments of the local situations.
All employees are aware that they are responsible and accountable for contributing to a safe working environment and fostering safe working practices.
Employees & The Community
Sydney Business School will ensure that employees are treated fairly and with dignity.
Sydney Business School will provide an environment where employees may achieve their personal and career goals.
Sydney Business School applies fair labour practices, while respecting the state and federal laws of Australia. It does not knowingly engage or be complicit in any activity that results in human rights abuse.
Sydney Business School embraces diversity in the workplace and is committed to providing equal opportunity in all aspects of employment. It does not engage in or tolerate unlawful workplace conduct, discrimination, intimidation, or harassment.
Sydney Business School provides employment and economic opportunities in the communities where it operates. SBS contributes to local communities by initiating and supporting biodiversity and philanthropic, cultural and civic projects.
Supply Chain Management
Sydney Business School works with its supply chain partners where possible to effectively manage its direct and indirect environmental impact.
Sydney Business School required supplies to meet legal requirements relating to the environment, human rights and other regulatory work practices.
Sydney Business School's supplier selection process informs potential suppliers of its expectations, policies and processes, and its requirements of them in relation to CSR.
Whenever possible, Sydney Business School will contribute to the local economy by providing procurement opportunities in the communities in which it operates.
Sydney Business School is committed to meaningful dialogue and relevant actions with all stakeholders and will engage them in a clear, honest, and respectful way.