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Allied Integrated Management

Integrated Management System (IMS)

Allied Group’s accredited integrated management system (IMS) underpins all aspects of the Allied business combining functions relating to the quality of the service, work health and safety standards and environmental management.

Our IMS is designed to support and continuously improve our integrated services model, in compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, and to the applicable standards.

ISO 9001: 2015: Through this standard, we have specified requirements for a quality management system which demonstrate our ability to consistently provide services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. We aim to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to the customer.

ISO 14001:2015

With this standard, we have set a systematic framework to manage the immediate and long-term environmental impacts of our services and processes to ensure compliance with relevant environmental legislation & develop our business in a sustainable manner. Implementation of this standard enables us to identify and control the environmental impact of our activities and services; to continuously improve environmental performance; and, to implement a systematic approach to set and achieve environmental objectives and targets.

ISO 45001:2018

This as an international standard, documents the requirement for a health and safety management system and supports us strive towards Zero accidents. This standard assists us to control operational hazards and risks while improving our reputation. With this standard, we have organized how workplace health & safety (WHS) is managed through proactive and systematic approach.

 
ISO 27001:2013
This is the internationally recognised standard for Information Security & its certification demonstrates that our organization has invested in the people, processes, and technology (e.g. tools and systems) to protect organization’s data. By implementing this standard, we assure all stakeholders that confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all corporate data (such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information managed by third parties) is appropriately protected.
ISO 26000:2010

This is the internationally recognised standard for Information Security & its certification demonstrates that our organization has invested in the people, processes, and technology (e.g. tools and systems) to protect organization’s data. By implementing this standard, we assure all stakeholders that confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all corporate data (such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information managed by third parties) is appropriately protected.

 
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SUSTAINABILITY

Allied’s approach to sustainability is embedded throughout our operations, in governance, culture and processes, and underpinned by our values of Trust, Respect, Integrity and Innovation.

This is supported by integrating accountability for the achievement of sustainable outcomes through training, KPIs and position descriptions. This helps us to ensure that our business will be sustainable well into the future by delivering positive outcomes for all of our stakeholders at the same time as achieving great business outcomes.

Our approach is informed by a robust stakeholder engagement process that has identified the priority areas for focus. This independently lead process identified a number of key areas (material issues), each of which has an articulated target, owner and program of work.

On-going stakeholder engagement is critical to the business and we prioritise establishing relationships that are collaborative and responsive. We regularly seek feedback from our stakeholders to ensure their perspectives are incorporated and impacts considered in decisions that we make, and also participate in relevant industry forums and associations to build our knowledge and form connections.

Allied Sustainability approach and its implementation is overseen by the Sustainability Committee. The Committee meets monthly to review progress against targets and ensure that the business is responding to all relevant environmental, social, and governance risks and opportunities, including meeting legal and regulatory requirements.

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RECONCILIATION ACTION PLAN (RAP)

At its heart, reconciliation is about strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all Australians.

Allied Integrated Management recognises and pays respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their ancestors and the Elders past, present and future from the different First Nations across this country.

We also acknowledge the importance of connection to Land, culture, spirituality, ancestry, family and community for the wellbeing of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families.

Allied Integrated Management is already in a process of developing its first formal ‘Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). This is an exciting milestone for Allied, starting our reconciliation journey.

Our vision of reconciliation is based and measured on five dimensions: historical acceptance; race relations; equality and equity; institutional integrity and unity.

This reconciliation action plan will be part of our commitment to an Australia that values, recognises, respects and celebrates the diversity and richness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and heritage.

We are committed to learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and cultures and to develop a strong partnership and relationship with Community.

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OUR COMMITMENT TO MODERN SLAVERY

Allied Integrated Management is committed to commence taking the following steps:

  • Allocate resources and set up an internal multi-disciplinary team to consider these issues – this may include employees from operations, procurement and/or human resources.
  • Map and assess their existing (and any upcoming) supply chains.
  • Undertake a risk management approach to initially assess where modern slavery risks may arise in those supply chains.
  • Act to take minimise or completely remove those risks.
  • Revise current supplier terms and policies to cover these new obligations.
  • Revise current employee codes of conduct and policies to address modern slavery issues and provide training to employees on modern slavery risks.
  • Create a due diligence framework to continually monitor risks both internally and within those supply chains, and to look for markers of potential modern slavery – those markers may range from the unlawful withholding of wages and identity/travel documents through to excessive work hours and restrictions on individual movement.
  • Make sure supply chain participants are aware of these obligations.

 

Allied Integrated Management aims to achieve these obligations and create a point of difference in the market when compared to competitors.

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ADDITIONAL POLICIES

  1. Integrated Management System (IMS) Policy
  2. Quality Policy
  3. Environmental Policy
  4. Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) Policy
  5. Information Security Management System (ISMS) Policy
  6. Human Rights Policy
  7. Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
  8. Equal Employment Opportunity and Discrimination Policy
  9. Conflict of Interest Policy

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