WE STRIVE TO ACHIEVE A POSITIVE IMPACT IN THE COUNTRIES IN WHICH WE OPERATE.
As an early mover in Africa and other emerging markets, Airland’s business model over the past 38 years has been focused on servicing emerging resource markets where local processes and policies are in their infancy. As such, the adoption of socially responsible practices has been critical to upholding our positive industry reputation, building local relationships and ultimately delivering results to our customers. The principle of social responsibility is firmly embedded in Airland’s corporate culture and is articulated in our Super 9 Guiding Principles.
Delivering on our commitments is essential for our long-term business success. Learn more about our alignment with leading industry bodies and global institutions.
Our approach to social investment
Airland is committed to giving back to the communities in which we operate and throughout all our global operations we maintain the highest of ethical standards, obey all applicable laws and regulations, and respect local cultures. Learn more about our sponsorships and community projects.
Our approach to bribery and corruption
As part of our commitment to operate in a socially responsible manner, we acknowledge the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and adopt best practice international guiding principles in all dealings with Government authorities, local suppliers and customers. Read our anti-bribery and corruption policy.
We believe and advocate that a local presence with local ownership is key to strengthening developing economies through honest and straightforward business dealings.
Our approach to safety
Safety is a top priority at Airland. We have an inherent responsibility to ensure our employees and internal culture foster an environment that is free of hazards, fatalities or injuries. We are constantly looking for new ways to improve existing safety practices and improve our management of occupational illness. Read our occupational health and safety policy.
Our approach to environmental sustainability
We are committed to identifying, understanding and mitigating the negative environmental impacts of our activities across our global operations. Legal compliance is considered a minimum standard at Airland and we seek to conduct our business in a way that minimises negative impacts on the natural environment. Read our environmental policy.