Hollard is preparing its first annual modern slavery statement in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (‘Act’) that commenced operation on 1 January 2019. Our statement will be issued on 31 March 2021.
Hollard is committed to conducting its business ethically and lawfully and working with suppliers and partners who align with our values of corporate social responsibility, environmental responsibility, workplace safety and staff inclusion and diversity. We expect our suppliers to operate in accordance with all applicable laws including laws prohibiting human slavery and slavery like practices, human trafficking and child labour.
Hollard has a whistle-blower policy and an external hotline for employees, customers and suppliers to use to report concerns of unethical or illegal behaviour.
Operating under the Real Insurance brand, this Corporate Social Responsibility initiative is aimed at assisting communities across the country by providing access to free outdoor gyms that will contribute to long-term health and vitality for all Australians.
The aim is to utilise existing green spaces within local communities and install state-of-the-art outdoor gym equipment to get more Aussies active. Learn more on the realSpaces site.