Cleanaway believes that high standards of corporate governance play a vitally important role in achieving our business objective of making a sustainable future possible and, in turn, create and protect our shareholders’ interests through effective oversight, risk management and transparency.
With this in mind, Cleanaway’s Board of Directors has adopted a range of charters and policies that meet these internal requirements and are consistent with the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations – 3rd Edition.
Our key corporate governance documents can be found in the following links;
- Constitution of Cleanaway Waste Management Limited (formerly Transpacific Industries Group Ltd)
- Corporate Code of Conduct
- Continuous Disclosure Policy
- Securities Trading Policy
- Whistleblower Policy
- Risk Management, Compliance and Assurance Policy
- Diversity and Inclusion Policy
- Shareholder Communications Policy
Our Board Charter defines the constitution, composition and responsibilities of our Board of Directors.
Our Audit and Risk Committee Charter ensures the integrity of the Group’s financial reporting and risk management framework.
Our Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter sets out the governance rules that affect remuneration and incentives, recruitment, retention and succession plans for the board and executive management team, plus our corporate culture and diversity strategy.
Our Health, Safety and Environment Committee Charter defines the oversight of compliance and legal and regulatory obligations with respect to Cleanaway’s strategies, systems, policies and practices in relation to workplace health, safety and environment matters.
Cleanaway’s Corporate Governance Statement can be viewed within our 2016 Annual Report.