Our mission of ‘Building futures through sustainable steel’ is underpinned by strong, enduring relationships and guided by our values in how we interact with each other. We recognise the importance of working closely with our stakeholders and our role as an industry leader when addressing human rights and modern slavery.
For more than 100 years, we have helped build modern Australia and have grown into the nation’s largest vertically integrated steel manufacturing, distribution, and recycling business. Our size, scale and capability put us in an enviable position, and with that comes a responsibility to continuously lift the bar in addressing modern slavery.
We believe that all human rights must be respected and that we must address any modern slavery that takes place in the supply chain we form part of. We recognise that the practice of modern slavery is insidious and not always easy to identify in supply chains outside our direct control, which is why take a risk-based approach to identify supply chains most likely to be affected.
Through our Modern Slavery Statement, we outline and demonstrate the steps we’re taking to respect human rights in our operations and supply chain.
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