At BlueScope our health, safety, environment and community responsibiles are integral to the way we do business
We are committed to effective implementation of our HSEC Policy and to continual improvement in our HSEC performance.
We aspire to achieve “Zero Harm” to people. Our fundamental belief is that all injuries can be prevented. Responsibility starts with each one of us. As such we willconsult with our employees and relevant stakeholders indecisions that affect the health and safety aspects of ourworkplaces, products and services.
We care for the environment. We are committed to the efficient use of resources, preventing pollution, and reducing the environmental impact of our operations and products.
We strive to be valued corporate citizens in our communities. We respect the values and cultural heritage of local people.
To meet our HSEC commitments, we will:
Clearly define responsibilities and accountabilities
Set measurable objectives and targets
Use internal and external expertise as required
Regularly monitor and report on our progress
Develop, implement and maintain management standards and systems
Comply with legal requirements, relevant industry standards, and the intent of this policy
Support the safe and early return to work of injured / ill employees
Report, assess and manage our HSEC risks and incidents
Provide appropriate HSEC training to all our employees
Disseminate HSEC information to our employees, contractors and visitors to our workplaces
Consult and engage our stakeholders to facilitate shared responsibility for meeting the goals of our HSEC Policy
We will truly succeed when we achieve our health, safety and environmental goals and are valued by the communities in which we work.
At BlueScope our success comes from ourpeople. We choose to treat each other with trust and respect.
We understand that the range of perspectives that result from having adiverse and inclusive workplace will strengthen BlueScope’s capability for continued and sustained business success.
We know that a talented and capable workforce is a competitive advantage.
To build on this advantage we will strive to hire, develop, promote and retain the most qualified people available at all levels – people who reflect the diversity of our customers, markets and the communities in which we operate.
BlueScope recognises and values the different skills, perspectives and backgrounds that our employees bring to the Company.
At BlueScope,diversity is about having a workplace where differences are respected and valued.These differences can include ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation,age,physical abilities, family status, experience,perspective, religious beliefs and other ideologies.
A diverse and inclusive workplace will ensure that we have a better business, a better place to work, and a better future for all us, our customers and our communities.
We also recognise that an inclusive environment and culture will attract,encourage and develop a talented, diverse,capable and engaged workforce.
The key principles that underpin our approach to Diversity are:...More
The way we apply these principles is through a combination of:
In order to improve the diversity of our workforce we will set ourselves objectives that will be clearly stated, measurable, and achievable over a period of time. These objectives will be approved each year by the Board. We will disclose the results of our achievements against these objectives in the annual report...More
To achieve this, we continue to develop and implement strategies, initiatives and programs around recruitment, retention, development and improving awareness of diversity. We will monitor, review and report on our progress to the Board twice a year.
BlueScope has established a Diversity Council which is chaired by the CEO and Managing Director. The Council is responsible for promoting diversity as a key strategic business driver, developing and recommending strategies and programs, monitoring compliance with this policy, setting measurable objectives and reviewing progress against them.
Additionally, the business units have dedicated diversity committees and networks to implement initiatives that support specific business needs.
Management is responsible for providing leadership and implementing initiatives to achieve our Diversity objectives.Pack Up
Management will report to the Board in relation to:
The Board will at least annually review and approve the measurable objectives for achieving diversity, and assess progress in achieving these objectives.
The Board will ensure that appropriate disclosures are made in the Annual Report regarding Diversity in compliance with the Corporate Governance Principles and recommendations of the ASX Corporate Governance Council.Pack Up