At Emeco, we strive to positively contribute to the communities in which we operate and to mitigate the environmental impacts of our operations, while delivering long-term, satisfactory returns to our shareholders.
To be a truly sustainable business, we believe we must remain focused on our vision, operate in alignment with our Emeco values, proactively manage our financial and non-financial risks and be collaborative, innovative and efficient in all we do.
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Our number one priority at Emeco is safety.
Emeco people are committed to maintaining our focus on safety and continually improving our safety performance across all Emeco sites.
On customer sites, we work together with our customers to integrate onsite safety measures and processes within our operations and to support the achievement of our customer’s safety goals and objectives.
Emeco has an established Health and Safety Policy which guides the way we operate and assists in communicating our safety performance expectations to all stakeholders.
This Policy is further supported by the Emeco Safety Health and Environmental Management System and we report on our safety performance to Emeco’s Leadership Team and Board on a monthly basis.
At Emeco, we believe that our people are key to the success of our business and by investing in Emeco people, we support the success of individuals and teams working as part of our Company.
As such, we have an established strategy for Emeco people. It is referred to as “Empower”.
Empower is all about delivering safe work practices and workplaces where Emeco people are empowered to achieve and succeed.
Empower is aligned to our global vision, values and overarching business strategy and is part of our annual planning and performance management processes.
Emeco’s businesses are geographically and culturally diverse and we are focused on developing a workforce which reflects the diversity of the broader communities in which we operate.
In all Emeco workplaces, we are committed to equality and treating each other with respect.
Emeco’s Diversity Policy is available below. Each year Emeco sets measureable objectives and reports against those objectives. See the annual sustainability report for more information.
Emeco’s core service offering globally is the provision of maintained rental equipment solutions to mining industry companies.
We acknowledge that we are responsible for minimising the impact of our operations on the environment. Our Environmental Management Policy guides and assists the Company in communicating our environmental performance expectations to our stakeholders, in particular, to our employees, contractors, customers and suppliers.
Environmental management and compliance is an important part of our business and the business of our customers. Onsite, we work together with our customers to ensure that our equipment and maintenance services operate in alignment with onsite policies, management systems and procedures.
As part of its commitment to responsible business practices, Emeco requires its employees and suppliers to operate in accordance with its policies and procedures and to comply with relevant laws and regulations.
Our approach toward modern slavery relies on strong corporate governance and management oversight in the form of a number of policies and protocols, namely our Human Rights Policy, Supplier Code of Conduct and Purchase Order Terms and Conditions. Emeco’s policies and procedures are available in the Corporate Governance section of our website.
Each year in accordance with its reporting requirements under the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), Emeco publishes a Modern Slavery Statement for Emeco and its consolidated subsidiaries. These statements summarise the actions successfully taken by Emeco to further action our multi-prong strategy to assess, identify and mitigate the risks of modern slavery in our operations and supply chain. Emeco’s Modern Slavery Statements can be found below. Copies of Emeco’s Modern Slavery Statements are also located on a publicly accessible register maintained by the Australian Government, which can be accessed at modernslaveryregister.gov.au.