Qube is committed to managing our business in a safe and responsible manner. We work with our people to ensure our teams are diverse, engaged and empowered to deliver positive outcomes for our customers and the communities in which we operate. We strive to manage our business in an ethical and transparent manner ensuring that we have appropriate frameworks and systems. We are committed to ensuring our environmental footprint is monitored, assessed and minimised.
- To learn more about our Sustainability Framework click here.
- To view the Qube Sustainability Report click here.
Our commitment to Indigenous Peoples
Qube’s first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), provides a tangible demonstration of Qube’s commitment to supporting the cause of reconciliation in Australia.
Our goal is to implement the Qube Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan by June 2024, which involves connecting and supporting First Nations peoples and communities. This is an important journey for us as a business to further embed a culture of inclusiveness as part of our broader Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Strategy.
To view Qube’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) click here.
Our commitment to human rights
Qube is committed to human rights and the objectives and principles underpinning the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018. Accordingly, Qube will work with our business partners, contractors and suppliers in preventing and mitigating any modern slavery impacts associated with our operations.
To view Qube’s Human Rights Policy click here and current Modern Slavery Statement click here.