Suite 35, 135- Cardigan Street, Carlton, Vic 3053 Australia

SUSTAINABILITY & CORPORATE, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

SUSTAINABILITY & CORPORATE, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Our sustainability and corporate social responsibility (SCSR) is underpinned by our company values, our mission and are coherent with our business objectives.
Our SCSR strategy is integrated at all facets of our business. We recognise the current social and environmental issues and we believe we all have a role; as an organisation and as individuals to ensure a safer and sustainable future.
Our approach consists of 4 elements:
  • Philanthropic Initiatives
  • Operational Efficiencies
  • Social Development
  • Environmental Sustainability
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PHILANTHROPIC INITIATIVES

2019-2020:
  • Donating a little over $5,000 to various charitable causes.
  • Developed a Volunteering Program and actively encourage volunteer participation amongst our workforce.
  • Employees gave up more than 100 hours (collectively) of their personal time for volunteering 
  • Delivered 40 hours pro bono security guarding, mobile patrols and crowd control services.
What will happen in 2020-2021?
Certainly the COVID19 pandemic has impacted our capability and capacity slowing our progress but this has only meant that we reprioritise our efforts and make small adjustments to our SCRS program.
2020-2021- 1st Quarter:
  • 20% increase in our volunteering work (prior to stage 4 restrictions)
  • For some eligible clients such as schools we increased pro bono services
02

OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCIES

Restructuring of roles and responsibilities designed to promote efficiencies and effective processes within the business  with two objective in mind; cutting ‘red-tape’ and eliminating repeated non billable hours of work.
We are about Automation!  Automation of all time and work intensive administrative and operational tasks has been empowering as it has resulted in quicker decisions and actions directly benefiting  our clients.
Technology is king! The integration of technology and automation has allowed us to offer savings to our clients while still delivering quality security services. It  has helped us to measure operational efficiency and offload tons of administrative, time intensive work and streamlined our operational work . 
03

SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

HELPING YOUNG START UPS FOR THE BETTER OF OUR COMMUNITY
Crownland Security is proud to support young entrepreneurs and start ups that will have a direct impact  on individuals and community affected by the COVID19 pandemic.
Emine Inanir,  is a young and energetic entrepreneur  who decided during the  COVID-19 lockdown in April to launch an e-commerce store that sold hampers designed to help heal individuals and put a smile on their face in spite of the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
WWW.HEALHAMPERS.COM.AU
FREE FIRST AID TRAINING
Crownland Security employees and their family members took advantage of a weekend in late February 2020 and undertook first aid training while current employees completed there refresher training.
PARTNERING WITH BENESTAR –
FREE WORKFORCE COUNCILING / PSYCHOLOGY
BENESTAR aims to make health and wellbeing an effortless and everyday proposition for our workforce and for us this has meant a happy workforce performing at their best at work and in life. BENESTAR is helping our workforce when and where they need us with all aspects of their life physical, mental and social.
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ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

At Crownland Security, sustainability is much more than using energy-saving light bulbs and recycling paper.
Like security and safety interventions, it too requires a holistic approach to creating sense of wellbeing in a workplace that cares for both people and the environment.
Employees in key positions represent their respective divisions e.g. Dilhan Kobak from the Armed Security Services Division’ in our SCSR Working Group’  and they’re tasked with developing effective policies, procedures, projects and initiatives to achieve our predetermined SCSR goals and objectives.
The success of our SCSR program is a testament of our team work approach and shared organisational values.
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REDUCING OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT

At Crownland Security everyday habits are changing in favour of eco-friendly choices and making sure we support Australian products and businesses, this means reusable and recyclable!
  • Reusable face masks with PM.25 filters in the fight against COVID-19
  • Reusable & environmentally friendly coffee cups
  • Promoting a paperless environment through policy such as, encouraging double sided print wherever possible and only printing 100% recycled paper and only when absolutely necessary.
We have now replaced our standard bins to recycling bins and introduced sanitary bins.
  • Energy-saving light bulbs
  • Energy-saving kitchen appliances
  • Energy-saving office equipment
  • Replaced desktops computers with energy efficient laptops and this encourages:
    • working outdoors (pre COVID-19 restrictions)
    • working from home (Flexible Work Policy)
  • Minimise work travel by utilising video conferencing strategies

We are very lucky to have a beautiful park (Argyle Square Piazza) across the road from our office and staff are encouraged to take regular walks and have outdoor meetings in the park.

Our SCSR Working Group frequently meets with our remaining team and industry experts for the an opportunity to share and exchange ideas about how to save energy in the office and reduce our carbon footprint.

By 2021-2022 we hope to replace our fleet of patrol vehicles with electric vehicles and incorporate solar energy.

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THE FUTURE

PARTNER WITH US:
We are always looking for amazing individuals and groups to work with for the better of our society.
Whether it be sponsorship, volunteering, investing or information sharing and project development, we are interested.
call: 1300 276 965