Environmental, Social and Governance
Welcome to Kingman Group’s ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) Hub, where our commitment to responsible business practices takes center stage. At Kingman, we believe in integrating sustainability seamlessly into our operations, ensuring a positive impact on the environment, fostering social well-being, and upholding strong governance principles. Explore our journey toward a more sustainable and responsible future, as we strive to make a meaningful difference in the world. Join us on this path of progress, where environmental consciousness, social responsibility, and ethical governance converge to shape a better tomorrow.
Kingman Group is excited to announce our achievement of Climate Active certification. We proudly declare that our business operations have been certified as carbon neutral for FY23, using data projected from our base year, FY21.
As a Climate Active Member, Kingman is dedicated to reducing our emissions by at least 30% over ten years, measured from the base year. Behind the scenes, our devoted Net Zero team member has worked diligently to minimize our carbon footprint. Our ultimate goal is to attain organic Carbon Neutrality by 2050, eliminating the need for offsets. This marks a significant stride in our ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability.
Kingman Group prioritises diversity through initiatives such as an apprenticeship program, part-time opportunities for mothers re-entering the workforce, and flexible working hours. Our diverse employee profile spans ages 18 to 75, maintaining a gender balance of 50% female and 50% male.
In collaboration with Australia’s leading 100% Indigenous-owned business, The Carey Group, Kingman explores opportunities in the Visual Communications industry. Established in 1995 by Daniel Tucker AM, Carey has evolved into Australia’s most successful Indigenous-owned business, focusing on Mining, Construction, and Training and Education. With over 450 employees, 40% of whom are Aboriginal, Carey is expanding into new industries with a strategic emphasis on Visual Communications.
Carey’s CEO, Moses Panashe, shares, “Our strategy is to identify high-growth industries and partner with market leaders.” Recognizing Visual Communications as a target industry, Carey and Kingman collaborate to explore opportunities in State Government projects, including Metronet and the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Kingman is honoured to partner with Carey, contributing to the expansion of this reputable Indigenous business in an exciting sector.
Kingman Group has made an essential investment in a dedicated HR function in what is essentially an SME business. This forward-looking role assists with compliance and company culture as the Kingman business grows.
Kingman’s Board of Directors includes a non–executive role filled by a partner of one of Australia’s leading Accounting firms, who provides valuable guidance on risk and corporate governance. He was instrumental in introducing Lean Manufacturing and several other important initiatives to the business.
Kingman is a proud member of Acacia EAP, a leading provider of state-of-the-art counselling services. Our partnership with Acacia EAP allows us to prioritise our employees’ and managers’ mental health and well-being, ensuring they have access to the best resources and support.
We believe that investing in the well-being of our team is key to creating a workplace culture that fosters productivity, creativity, and success. As a member of Acacia EAP, we are confident that we can continue to be the first-choice employer for talented individuals looking to join a company that values its employees above all else.