IFC is committed to acting as a corporate citizen with our people, environment, and community initiatives. IFC recognises that corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment of the business to behave ethically and contribute to the economic development of the community while improving the quality of life of the workforce and society at large.
IFC are dedicated to ensuring a work environment where employees at all levels are treated fairly and respectfully.
We are committed to helping improve our employee’s general health and wellbeing. Our Occupational Health & Safety practices involves the practicable provision and maintenance of a healthy and safe working environment for our entire staff and those visiting our sites.
Some of our current safety initiatives include the provision of QR codes upon site entry, masks, hand sanitizer, sun-protective high visibility clothing and sunscreen for those working outdoors. This also extends to safe working equipment in all warehouses to reduce the risk of injury.
IFC recognises the importance of the natural environment and our responsibility to minimise our impact on it. We are committed to complying with all relevant regulatory requirements and employing practices aimed at reducing the consumption of resources where possible.
Waste Management System
One of our initiatives is a Waste Management System that encompasses a recycling program dedicated to re-use paper, cardboard, and plastics. Through a partnership with a local service provider, this process involves sorting waste on-site to differentiate recyclable material and reduce the waste assigned to landfills. This system assists IFC in achieving annual waste-reduction targets.
IFC participates in initiatives such as sponsorship of local programs and fundraising activities.
We are committed to supporting the local sporting clubs of the Greenvale Football Club and the Laverton Cricket Club. We also choose to partake in annual fundraising events as a team, including ONE80TC, Movember and Zaidee’s.
To raise funds for long-term residential treatment and rehabilitation services for young men (18-35) who want to overcome addiction and other life-controlling issues.
To raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide.