The Group embarks on its journey towards long-term sound and sustainable growth by adopting this framework to
further improve the Group’s culture and performance via operational excellence. As an integral part of the Group’s
business strategies and decisions, we emphasise the continuous improvement to deliver the targeted operation
outcome, focus on safety and health to enhance moral, productivity and efficiency, observe corporate compliance
to ensure business is conducted ethically and responsibly, grow our range of green products as our green initiative,
increase engagement on issues related to climate change to assist in addressing global warming and develop our
human capital for economic and social growth. The Group believes in the theme “Together we can do it”....
The Board of Directors has oversight on the sustainability matters of the Group. The Sustainability Steering Committee (“SSC”) of the Group plans the sustainability goals, reviews the strategies, manages processes, initiatives, targets and performances in relation to sustainability matters. This nurtures team culture, enables the setting of integrity culture and overall accountability across the Group, along with building stakeholders’ trust that the Group is working towards delivering sustainable stakeholders’ value.
The Group has a well-established governance led from the top, with clear accountabilities for continual implementation of sustainability initiatives with the objective of striving for sound and sustainable growth.
The Group’s SSC comprises senior Head of Department of the relevant operations and is chaired by the Group Managing Director (“GMD”), with the Chief Financial Officer as deputy. The GMD plays the role of Chief Sustainability Officer, reporting directly to the Board on any sustainability matters. The SSC oversees the implementation of the Group’s sustainability initiatives and ensures that key targets are being monitored.
The SSC is assisted by Sustainability Working
Committees (“SWC”) comprising key staff
from various departments of the operating
companies nominated by the SSC. The
SWC’s reporting duties include provision
of information, collection of feedback
from stakeholders, addressing material
sustainability issues and driving initiatives
approved by the SSC.