© CTI Logistics Limited 2015
CTI Logistics Limited (CTI) recognises that our social, environmental and ethical conduct has a direct impact on our reputation in the marketplace and how we are viewed by our employees.
We are committed to advancing policies and systems across our company to ensure we monitor all aspects of our Corporate Social Responsibility as it pertains to our business, specifically good ethical behaviour, concern for employees’ health and safety, and care for the environment and community.
CTI expects all of its business is conducted in compliance with high ethical standards of business practice. We apply these standards to all our dealings with employees, customers, suppliers, legal authorities and other stakeholders.
A summary of the key objectives:
As a listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange, CTI adheres to the Australian Securities Exchange Corporate Governance Council‘s Principles and Best Practice Recommendations.
CTI predominantly provides services to the marketplace, which means we are only as good as the people we employ. We aim to find and keep the highest calibre of employees and encourage their contribution and personal development.
Our goal is to provide an environment that fosters collaboration and work practices that will drive our company forward.
Employees are provided with ongoing learning and development opportunities to fulfil their potential. CTI’s policy is always to try and promote within when the opportunity arises.
CTI is committed to providing an equal opportunity to all existing and prospective employees without discrimination based on religion, disability, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity.
Occupational Health and Safety
CTI is committed to eliminating workplace injuries and illness, and providing a safe and healthy environment for employees, contractors, sub contractors and the public. Our objective is a zero injury and illness policy.
We work to promote a culture where personal responsibility for safety and health is second nature.
OH&S is a permanent item on our board of directors’ meeting agenda. CTI complies with all relevant statutory safety and health legislation.
Our aim is for continuous improvement of safety and health management through communication, consultation, honesty and ownership. Employees are encouraged to report any potential risk hazards. All reports are elevated through the appropriate management chain up to director level for immediate assessment and action.
CTI Logistics Limited (CTI) is committed to minimising the impact of its business activities on the environment.
The board of CTI is accountable for the overall environmental compliance and performance. This includes providing guidance and necessary resources and support to ensure that CTI’s business activities are undertaken in a manner that at all times considers and effectively manages potential environmental risks.
CTI’s individual business managers are responsible for implementing CTI’s environmental policies and guidelines. They are entrusted to proactively address issues that may adversely affect environmental performance within their business. This includes assessing likely environmental outcomes before decisions to proceed with activities and considering environmental outcomes when making decisions in the same way that consideration is given to safety, cost, quality and time.
CTI has its own charitable foundation, CTI Logistics Foundation. The Foundation’s committee is made up of employees. Over the years the Foundation has supported many charities and specific disaster causes. We are extremely proud of the support that we have provided Princess Margaret Hospital, where we have supplied medical equipment.
CTI is also a previous winner of the Prime Minister’s Employer of the Year Award for participating in a back to work program for disabled people wanting to return to the workplace after injury.