Pro Global maintains the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in all its business activities throughout the world. Pro ensures that ESG factors are aligned closely with its core values, recognising that its value rests in its employees and global operations, which collectively help make a positive impact with stakeholders, the environment and the communities in which it does business.
ESG in Pro is seen by the Board and Executive management as a continuous process of aligning operations and controls with its values as a company, assessing net positive impact, and taking concerted, defined and measurable action to improve in all areas of its operations.
Pro has already taken a number of steps that demonstrate the importance it places on ESG and its 2023 plan aims to build on its current achievements by undertaking the following actions;
Pro is committed to driving down its energy and carbon impacts, as it believes that climate change is one of the greatest risks to our world.
Pro is committed to seeking environmentally sustainable initiatives that deliver near-term efficiency, value, and health for its business, its people, and for the wider community.
Pro supports its clients’ environmental ambitions and values and incorporates ESG into supplier due diligence to ensure that Pro’s supplier actions and values are additionally considered as part of its operations.
Pro is focused on deepening relationships with key stakeholders by investing in its employees and partnering with customers, communities, investors and suppliers. In 2022 we launched our Belonging Strategy and through that we have:
The Company’s focus is to promote strong oversight, transparency, and risk management at all levels of our organisation, ensuring the resilience and long-term preservation of value for our business.
Pro maintains strong corporate governance practices through exemplary board management, senior leadership accountability, and proactive risk management.
Pro is committed to high ethical standards through a strong Code of Conduct, ongoing diversity and ethics training, and executive leadership who promote a culture of integrity.