Our aim is to behave responsibly as a corporate citizen and to be perceived as doing so by customers, suppliers, employees, stakeholders and the wider community. Our governance with corresponding management accountability will ensure that the organization’s broader responsibilities are identified and met, resulting in an enhanced public image, improved risk management and, ultimately, ecological and economic sustainability.
The Brisbane Outlaws demonstrate commitment to equal opportunities and act as a model of good practice for employers and people in the community.
The Outlaws act responsibly with respect to the environment through, for example, conservation, recycling, waste reduction and using the earth’s resources in a way that does not jeopardize the reasonable rights of future generations.
The Outlaws take into consideration the impact of high volume of travel and aim to reduce the resource use associated with this activity. The Outlaws also take into consideration the impact of equipment use and have implemented various sustainable disposal strategies for minimal environmental impact.
The Brisbane Outlaws contribute to the community in areas such as health, education and community development through numerous community and youth projects.
The Outlaws demonstrate commitment to the community and wider society by, for example disclosing information to the community, listening through community consultation, and reducing and preventing nuisance and harm arising from operations and the life-cycle of produce and services and influencing the business sector.