All employees and consultants are required to comply with all applicable policies, procedures and codes of conduct of both LEI and its clients. LEI’s corporate policies are available for downloading below.
LEI commit to continually improving our Quality Management System consistent with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 by establishing quality objectives to plan, maintain, monitor, review and audit our Quality Management System. The Quality Policy is available to any interested party.
LEI is committed to operating in a manner consistent with the highest standards of conduct in order to promote good governance and positive outcomes. Our Code of Conduct includes our corporate values, ethical principles and policy on child protection.
LEI values integrity, honesty and ethics. We maintain these values by assisting LEI employees, consultants and representatives of LEI to effectively identify, disclose and manage any actual, potential or perceived conflicts of interests.
The Policy sets out LEI’s responsibilities and the responsibilities of LEI employees and consultants in observing and upholding LEI’s zero tolerance position on corrupt or fraudulent conduct. Prosecution, loss recovery, penalties and dismissal can flow from an instance of fraud or corruption.
In respecting all individuals LEI strongly supports the Modern Slavery Act 2018 in all parts of its business services. LEI is committed to preventing the existence or prospect of modern slavery within our organisation and our supply chains.
The management team and Board of LEI are committed to maintaining a workplace where LEI employees and consultants observe the highest standards of legal, ethical and moral behaviour in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities.
Please use our Whistleblower Platform to report any suspicions of unlawful acts, irregularities or abuses relating to LEI activities.
The SEAH Safeguarding policy establishes LEI’s zero tolerance of Sexual Exploitation, Sexual Abuse, and Sexual Harassment (SEAH). The policy sets clear obligations to prevent and respond to SEAH and to refrain from condoning, encouraging, participating in, or engaging in SEAH.
LEI recognises that people are our most important asset and their health and safety is our greatest responsibility. We promote the importance of health, safety and well being, both within the workplace and through our work.
LEI conducts all operations in accordance with relevant environmental legislation and regulations and commits to exceeding these minimum standards by including the Environmental Policy objectives in decision making.
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In spirit of reconciliation, Land Equity International acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea, and community. We pay respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.