Cargo Carriers Limited subscribes to the Code of Corporate Practice and Conduct as set out in the King Code of Corporate Practice and Conduct 2002.
The policies and procedures adopted by the company are designed not merely to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations, but also to maximise sustainable returns, provide all stakeholders with the assurance that the business is being managed appropriately, and safeguard the people, assets and reputation of the company.
The board of directors encourage among staff the highest levels of integrity and credibility, to be practiced at all levels and across all operations within the group, as well as in all dealings with outside parties.
The company has formalised detailed statements on ethics, safety, health and environmental issues that are incorporated in our accreditation on the following standards: ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007. Accreditation is audited on an individual basis by international accreditation agencies.
A code of ethics covering all aspects of the business and all stakeholders is incorporated in the company’s Policies and Procedures Manual, to which all employees are required to comply.
The company recognises that people development and safety are critical to its sustainability, and various policies and procedures have been put in place to facilitate these matters.
Specific policy guidelines have been established for addressing HIV/AIDS in the workplace. This policy is reviewed regularly to ensure compliance and adherence to any social or legislative developments.
Cargo Carriers is committed to growing and investing in socially responsible business activities, employment equity and diversity, skills development, as well as sustainable social responsibility projects.
Specific policy guidelines have been established for addressing HIV/AIDS in the workplace. This policy is reviewed regularly to ensure compliance and adherence to any new social or legislative developments.
Cargo Carriers has undertaken various Corporate Social Responsibility investments, many of them linked directly to the transport communities that are the lifeblood of the business. These include investments in the industry bargaining council’s Wellness Fund” and the “Truckers Against AIDS” initiative, and in excess of R1 million a year towards Training and Development.