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Corporate Social Responsibility





At Australian Defence Apparel (ADA) we are proud not just of what we do, but how we do it. From developing innovative products and services and investing in our people and future workforce to giving our customers the best possible service.

ADA are committed to working to high ethical, safety and environmental standards, retaining and attracting a diverse and talented workforce and making a positive contribution to the countries and communities in which we work.

 

 

Stakeholder Engagement

We regularly engage with our stakeholders to ensure we are addressing all relevant Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) related issues. We listen and inform in equal measure through formal mechanisms and ongoing dialogue, always conscious of the need to find a balance between transparency and confidentiality.

Community Investment

Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation

ADA is proud to support The Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation (VPBRF) who's mission is to remember Victoria Police employees who have died in the line of duty through the support of worthwhile community projects in Victoria.

Product Stewardship

ADA’s Quality Policy

Our Quality Management System will be subject to continual review and improvement to enhance customer satisfaction and strengthen internal processes. We are committed to consistently meet all relevant legal, customer and any other applicable requirements.

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Ethical Clothing Australia

Accreditation by Ethical Clothing Australia (ECA) ensures that all of our workers are being paid appropriately, receiving all their legal minimum entitlements and working in safe conditions throughout our entire supply chain. ADA was proudly the first Australian business to apply for ECA accreditation when the program was first created some 20 years ago.

ADA is accredited and licensed to display the Ethical Clothing Australia trademark on its Australian-made garments only.

APCO

The APCO Packaging Sustainability Framework (the Framework) aims to provide a consistent and transparent framework for assessing and tracking packaging sustainability across organisations.

 

 

Responsible Procurement

Aboriginal Procurement Policy

Seeking to respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and valuing justice and equity for all Australians ADA is committed to working with Indigenous suppliers with industry experience, knowledge, and capability needed to deliver products and services that reflect the diversity of ADA’s customers and the communities in which we operate. ADA recognises that an inclusive supply chain directly supports participation by all, in Australia’s economic development with an Aboriginal Procurement Policy.

Stakeholders

TRU

ADA has partnered with the Tactical Research Unit (TRU) at Bond University to conduct dedicated research into tactical equipment integration and operational effectiveness. Findings of this research have been influential in ADA's uniform and equipment design across the defence, law enforcement, fire and emergency services sectors.