Group Manager, SHE & Workers' Compensation Edit
Sucrogen Australia Pty Ltd
August 2010 – Present (1 year 1 month)
• Developing Sucrogen’s strategic approach to health, safety, environment, workers compensation and sustainability.
• Developing a Sucrogen wide SHE framework of policies, programs and processes aimed at improving employee safety and well being, reducing company risk and improving its environmental footprint.
• Ensuring the SHE framework is well understood and implemented in all Sucrogen locations in Australia and New Zealand.
• Managing both self-insured and policy-based workers' compensation arrangements for Sucrogen operations in Australia and NZ.
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Glad to be part of Change2 and back amongst the sustainability community in Australia.
For Nestlé, our "sustainability position" is summed up in the term "Creating Shared Value" which reflects our belief that in order to build a successful business over the long term we must create value for our shareholders and, at the same time, value for the society in which we operate - for our employees, farmers, the environment, consumers and the communities where we operate. Globally, our Creating Shared Value priorities centre around water, nutrition and rural development, which are not only key issues for our business but also ones where we can positively contribute - and this is particularly true in Australia.
On a global level we have in 2009 established a Creating Shared Value Advisory Board (which includes John Elkington and Jeffery Sachs, amongts other eminient global figures in the areas of Water, Nutrition and Rural Development) and launched a global Prize in Creating Shared Value. Our achievement globally are detailed in our Creating Shared Value reports available at http://www.nestle.com/CSV/ with our 2009 report to be released in March/April 2010.
On a local level in Oceania (Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific) Nestle has been working to improve its sustainability performance across areas such as more sustainable packginf, reducing the environmental foorptint of our factory operations and implementing more sustainabile practices in our procurement activities. Details can be found at http://www.nestle.com.au/AboutUs/CSV/Default.htm and again our 2009 report should be out in the coming months.
To facilitate debate and discussion on the CSV appraoch Nestle has created a discussion forum at http://creatingsharedvalue.org/ focused on the three CSV focus areas of Nutrition, Water and Rural Development.
More than happy to discuss and debate further with anyone who cares to listen!
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