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ACI Global's Corporate Social Responsibility Statement

ACI Global recognises ISO 26000 as a reference document that provides guidance on social responsibility and uses both the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and ISO 26000 as a guide to integrate social responsibility into our values and practices.

ACI Global reaches out to customers worldwide through a network of "Stakeholders" who share a passion for the delivery of best practice and above all cost effective business and the acceleration of continuous improvement initiatives for individuals so as to create Sustainability for Organisations.

ACI Global is an Australian owned Pty Ltd Quality assured ISO 9001:20215/29990:2010 Learning and Personal Certification Services Provider (LSP) embracing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) through guidance from both the Global Reporting Initiative of which ACI Global is a founding Member and also the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 26000 Standard “Guidance on Social Responsibility”.

The ACI Global Business Model is underpinned by the organisations ISO Personal Certification Learning, Assessment and Examination Center the "ACI Academy" and ISO Personal Certification Register which provide users a rich and rewarding learning and ongoing professional development experience for a lifetime of career high achievements flowing through to Sustainability for Organisations.

Principles of social responsibility

ACI Global in approaching and practising social responsibility, the overarching objective is to maximize its contribution to sustainable development. Within this objective, ACI Global respects the seven principles outlined below.

  • Accountability;
  • Transparency;
  • Ethical behaviour;
  • Respect for stakeholder interests;
  • Respect for the rule of law;
  • Respect for international norms of behaviour and;
  • Respect for human rights.

ACI Global bases its behaviour on standards, guidelines or rules of conduct that are in accordance with accepted principles of right or good conduct in the context of specific situations, even when these situations are challenging, whilst taking into consideration societal, environmental, legal, cultural, political and organisational diversity, as well as differences in economic conditions, while being consistent with international norms of behaviour and best practice.

Recognition of ACI Global's social responsibility and engaging its stakeholders

ACI Global recognises two fundamental practices of its social responsibility:

  • The recognition by ACI Global of its social responsibility in Accelerating Continuous Improvement (ACI) of People and;
  • ACI Global's identification of, and engagement with, its stakeholders.

As with the principles described above, ACI Global understands these practices are essential when addressing the core elements of social responsibility:

  • Organizational governance;
  • Human rights;
  • labour practices;
  • The environment;
  • Fair operating practices;
  • Consumer issues and;
  • Community involvement and development.

The recognition of social responsibility by ACI Global involves identifying the issues raised by the impacts of our decisions and activities, as well as the way these issues should be addressed so as to contribute to sustainable development. The recognition of social responsibility also involves the recognition of an our stakeholders as the basic principle of social responsibility is that ACI Global respects and considers the interests of its stakeholders that will be affected by its decisions and business activities.

ACI Global Stakeholders

Parramount to ACI Global's Social responsibility and its sphere of influence is an understanding of its stakeholders:

  • Learners;
  • Educators;
  • Industry;
  • Suppliers and
  • Communities

ACI Global's Stakeholder engagement involves a two way dialogue so as to assist both ACI Global and its atakeholders in addressing their social responsibility by providing an informed basis for its decisions. ACI Global uses this engagement to provide opportunities for stakeholder's views to be heard.

The Managing Director is responsible for the review and implementation of this Document and the maintenance of all associated documents