A commitment to society
As a global brand, we have a desire to ensure that we help to shape a better future for our world and the societies that we touch.
In addition to our commitment to creating products that embrace sustainability, both in their manufacture and their operation, we also have a wider commitment to society.
We have a diverse group of people making up the MHIAA workforce. Rather than finding one organisation to support that would connect with all of our team members we decided to take a broader approach to our corporate social responsibility.
In order to create an environment that supports the community we actively encourage our staff to take part in our workplace giving program. Partnering with Corporate Citizen, our employees can support a charity that they are passionate about from their pre-tax earnings and we match their donation dollar for dollar.
Corporate Citizen was created out of a desire to help people easily support charities that are meaningful to them and their loved ones. If you would like to join us in supporting their causes, please click here.
Modern Slavery Statement
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) commits to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business practices and endeavours to ensuring that our business and procurement practices are conducted fairly and transparently.
We recognise the inherent dignity of our staff and the people working throughout our supply chain and any individuals’ right to equal and alienable rights to freedom, justice and fair working conditions. MHIAA does not tolerate any form of modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of our local operation or supply chain.
We commit to conducting due diligence throughout our supply chain ensuring that our partners adhere to local and relevant global legislation concerning modern slavery and human trafficking. We seek to do business with partners that have similar values, ethics and sustainable business practices, including those pertaining to human rights. We acknowledge that the environmental, social and governance risks relating throughout our supply chain will vary depending on industry, geographic location and company size and our internal procurement processes will reflect these varying levels of risk.
We will investigate any modern slavery and/or human trafficking concerns raised and will conduct these investigations in accordance with regulatory requirements, policy and procedures.
We will continue to review and enhance our procedures to help us identify, prevent and mitigate any risk of modern slavery or human trafficking in relation to our internal business practices and those of our business partners.