At IOI Properties Group, in view of managing the essential elements of Sustainability and upholding corporate responsibility, we are guided by policies that ensure long term commitment to our employees, the communities and environment which we operate in.
We practice equal opportunity of employment and this is reflected in our Employee Handbook which is available to all employees via the intranet system. It covers non-discrimination of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical handicap or social status, among others. We do not practice child labour or forced labour.
We also have a grievances mechanism in the Employee Handbook, a Whistleblowing policy and form that is publicly available. We are compliant to the Employment Act 1955, Children and Young persons (Employment) Act 1966 and the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994.
The following entails the main policies that the Group developed upon embarking on the Sustainability Journey.
SUSTAINABILITY POLICY STATEMENT
IOI Properties Group (“IOIPG”) strives to be a leading corporation in its business by providing products and services of superior values and by sustaining consistent long-term growth in volume and profitability.
In line with our vision and core values, we are committed to integrating sustainability and corporate responsibility into our business strategy that contributes to the society and the environment in which we operate, for the present and future generations.
We are committed to
GROUP HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
IOI Properties Group (“IOIPG”) believes in promoting a healthy and safe work environment for our employees and stakeholders.
Our employees shall be responsible to:
WASTE MANAGEMENT POLICY
In line with the corporate sustainability policy, we are committed to reduce carbon footprint through effective waste minimization in properties managed by IOI Properties Group (IOIPG). This policy intends to create awareness on the impacts of unnecessary waste towards the environment and to build an environment-conscious culture within the Group. The reduction of waste generated is aimed at diverting waste from landfill, reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and minimizing adverse impacts on the environment.
Waste minimization at IOIPG is guided by the following sustainable consumption principles:
The abovementioned principles are complemented by
Sort out non-recyclables and recyclables, dispose and store separately in the provided garbage bins each for paper, glass, plastic bottle and Aluminum tins.
Measure volume of waste generated and monitor status of Source Reduction, Reuse and Recycling to track progress of waste minimization.
All staff is thus, obliged to manage the following list of non-exhaustive types of waste through optimum utilization:
Electrical & Electronic Waste (E-Waste)
This policy aims to encourage efficient use of office resources. Wastage of resources or unnecessary duplication should be avoided at all time. These environmental-friendly practices will contribute towards minimizing possible exploitation of natural resources as well as reducing generation of waste that may pollute the natural environment.
With the policy, all employees are to observe responsible handling and management as well as reasonable care in undertaking any activity that results in waste generation.