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Environmental Policy

Corporate Information Systems provide specialised IT recruitment services for both contract and permanent roles including in-sourcing/out-sourcing arrangements for our clients nationally.

Corporate Information Systems embraces the principle of sustainable development, namely development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. We believe this principle is fundamental to Corporate Information Systems’ continued success and growth.

To minimise our impact on the environment, Corporate Information Systems has developed and implemented an Environmental Management System that complies with the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Standard.

We are committed to pursuing industry specific best practice in environmental performance as we acknowledge that our shareholders, employees, and the community at large expect responsible environmental practice by our business.

Specifically Corporate Information Systems is committed to:

  • Conducting our operations to minimise environmental risk and, wherever practicable, eliminate adverse environmental impacts
  • The protection of the environment and the setting of environmental objectives.
  • Fulfilling our compliance obligations regarding relevant environmental legislation, regulations, standards, and codes of practice as the absolute minimum requirement
  • Continual improvement of the environmental management system to enhance environmental performance

Through communication and training, our employees and contractors will be encouraged and assisted to enhance Corporate Information Systems’ environmental awareness and performance.

All Corporate Information Systems personnel are required to work towards the fulfilment of the Environmental Management System, and management will regularly review this policy, and the other elements of the system, to maintain its suitability and effectiveness.

Ronald Van der Schalk