Greencap's operations are proudly underpinned by Wesfarmers' 8 pillars of sustainability.
Safety & Wellbeing
Greencap places the utmost priority on the safety and wellbeing of team members, clients and the public. Strict policies, procedures and targets are set.
Greencap offers all employees an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which provides free counselling and support to any employee and their immediate family members seeking assistance.
Team members are able to participate in fitness and wellbeing initiatives, with past programs showing marked improvements in measurements for mental health, depression & low mood, anxiety, stress and loneliness amongst participants.
Diversity & Inclusion
Greencap is an equal employment opportunity (EEO) organisation and is committed to engaging local indigenous Australians and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander owned businesses.
Greencap’s parent company Wesfarmers (WES) is a founding and active Member of Supply Nation and a member of the Leadership Roundtable.
In 2020, Greencap committed to sponsor an Indigenous student through their final two years of school through the Skyline Education Foundation. The foundation provides support to academically gifted children from underprivileged backgrounds that may have no choice but to leave school to take up jobs to support their families.
Greencap ensure the continuous improvement and value of team members by providing career and personal development plans as well as training and development opportunities.
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Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety (WIS) is a recognised leader in managing design, development and supply chains globally, as such Greencap are committed to working with our supply partners to continuously improve ethical business practices through engaging with the partners to deliver sustainable solutions.
Greencap utilises the respected SMETA 6.0 audit methodology developed by Sedex to ensure continual evolution to align with global best practice.
Greencap is committed to the delivery of industry-leading risk management solutions and has achieved certification in ISO 9001 Quality Management System and and ISO 14001: Environmental Management System.
Greencap’s vision is to make our world safer through the improved risk management of people, property and the environment. To support this, we look for opportunities to work with communities, support meaningful causes, and provide training and development opportunities to workers and community members.
Members of Greencap's Community Engagement Committee plans and implements activities to support nationally aligned causes and other regional initiatives.
Climate Change Resilience
Wesfarmers has an active and all-encompassing climate change strategy being implemented across the business, of which Greencap proudly participates. There is a focus to further reduce the emissions intensity of our businesses and improve resilience to climate change.
Greencap has committed to purchase the majority of total energy consumption as GreenPower.
Waste & Packaging
Greencap has a Eco Sustainability Committee dedicated to reducing waste generated from business activities and water usage where possible. Recent initiatives include organising e-waste collection from offices and annual participation in Clean Up Australia Day as a Business Supporter.
Greencap is proud to have committed to purchasing the majority of its total energy consumption as GreenPower, starting at 53% in 2021.
Purchasing Greenpower means that Greencap is selecting 100% renewable energy to power 53% of our business with the intention to increase this percentage on an annual basis. GreenPower is independently accredited renewable energy from entirely renewable sources and is available through most energy retailers. More than 160,000 properties around the country have joined GreenPower and have reduced their impact on the environment by investing in the renewable energy sector.
Greencap - working towards Making Our World Safer
Greencap Nationally-Aligned Causes
Reflections was founded in 2015 to support sufferers of asbestos-related disease, increase awareness of the ongoing risks of asbestos in the community, and promote research into better treatment outcomes for Mesothelioma sufferers.
Sharing this vision, Greencap proudly commenced a partnership with Reflections in 2020 as National Risk Management Supporter. Read the full announcement.
To learn more about the foundation and make a donation, visit the official Reflections website.
The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation
Being a professional services provider employing a large number of scientists and engineers, Greencap values the importance of education.
Greencap's outlook aligns with the Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation (ALNF), believing that to able to read and write is the key to accessing education and employment, and to participating fully in society.
Since 2017, Greencap has been raising awareness of the ALNF and participating in fundraising initiatives for the ALNF's Wall Of Hands Appeal. 100% of the funds raised through the Wall of Hands appeal go to delivering literacy programs in Indigenous communities across the nation.
Learn more on the official Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation website
The Bernie Banton Foundation
The Bernie Banton Foundation (BBF) provided support and advocacy to sufferers of asbestos related diseases and their loved ones.
With a shared vision of protecting the community by raising awareness of the dangers of asbestos, Greencap has proudly been the Risk Management Supporter of the Bernie Banton Foundation since 2017.
Through internal and external fundraising initiatives including fitness challenges, events on sites and donation-matching, Greencap has contributed over $20,000 to the foundation and campaigned for awareness across industries affected by the deadly material.
With the closure of the foundation from July 2020, the Bernie Banton Foundation website is still operational as Australia's premier independent source of information for mesothelioma and other asbestos related diseases and asbestos awareness.
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