our operating guidelines

tna solutions Pty. Ltd. operates as a responsible corporate citizen and is committed to the delivery of sound practices in the areas of Manufacturing, Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), Diversity & Equal Opportunity and Social Responsibility. 

Towards this, tna is committed to:

  1. Adhere to all applicable laws and regulations in each country it operates in and fulfil all requirements and compliance obligations applicable to the design, development and creation of our core business equipment.
  2. Work in a resource efficient manner upholding our endeavours towards sustainable business practices.
  3. “Rethink: Refuse: Reuse: Reduce: Recycle.”
    • Rethink the way we operate as an organisation.
    • Refuse to implement practices in our offices that are harmful to the environment.
    • Reuse products and supplies wherever possible rather than sourcing new items.
    • Reduce the amount of waste through careful planning.
    • Recycle all products and choose only products that are recyclable.
  4. Work in a healthy and safe environment and make every reasonable effort to prevent accidents, protect employees and promote health, safety and wellbeing of all whilst on our premises and whilst acting on behalf of tna at other locations (eg. client sites).
  5. Follow International Labour Organisation’s standards that each country sets out and consult with employees when referring to workplace health and safety and the wellbeing of employees
  6. Recognise that we are in partnership with people and work together to bring cost effective solutions to manufacturing problems. The people we work with to design, develop and create our core business equipment come from vast and varied backgrounds, each having a vital impact on tna.
  7. Provide employment opportunities to qualified and competent individuals who share the same vision, values, and believes they can make a difference for the benefit of our customers and the greater community.
  8. Be a business that cares. Supporting communities in need and sharing tna’s success with those less fortunate; in particular children. Societal responsibility has always played a central role, embodied in our endeavours through the Nadia and Alf Taylor Foundation. To find out more about our humanitarian initiatives, visit https://www.nadiaandalftaylorfoundation.org/

Guidelines on Manufacturing Responsibility

Philosophy:

tna is committed to providing products and services that offer best-in-class quality and are benchmarked to international standards.

tna aims:

  • To work towards sustainable consumption of natural resources while producing goods and services;
  • To comply with all regulatory requirements pertaining to the health and safety impacts of its products and services;
  • To enable customers in making informed purchase decisions through factual and truthful disclosure of relevant information;
  • To provide appropriate mechanisms for customer feedback so as to be able to continuously improve upon its products and services.

Guidelines on Environment, Health and Safety

Philosophy:

tna is committed to conducting its operations with due regard for the environment and providing a safe and healthy workplace for its employees.

tna aims:

  • To contribute to sustainable development through the establishment and implementation of environment, health and safety standards that meet the requirement of relevant laws, regulations and codes of practice;
  • To take into account environment, occupational health and safety aspects in planning and decision-making;
  • To provide appropriate training to employees as well as customers’ employees on Health & Safety and implement best practices;
  • To instil a sense of duty in every employee including those of our customers at their premises, towards their personal safety, as well as that of their co-workers;
  • To ensure adoption of resource efficient and cleaner production methods

Guidelines on Diversity & Equal Opportunity

Philosophy

tna believes that diversity at the workplace creates an environment conducive to engagement, alignment, innovation and high performance. This is achieved by an approach that ensures diversity and non-discrimination across the Company.

tna aims:

  • To promote diversity and offer equal opportunity to all employees based on merit and ability;
  • To hire and promote employees on the basis of their qualification, performance and ability;
  • To provide a work environment that is free from sexual harassment and any form of discrimination.
  • To ensure that there is no discrimination amongst its employees in compensation, training and employee benefits, based on caste, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race, colour, ancestry, marital status or affiliation with a political, religious or union organisation or majority/minority group.

Guidelines on Social Responsibility

Philosophy

It is tna’s belief that a company’s performance must be measured by its contribution to building economic, social and environmental capital towards enhancing societal sustainability. It is with this belief that the Nadia and Alf Taylor foundation has evolved into a foundation that has supported more than 150 charities across 39 countries and has directly impacted the lives of over 19,000 people.

tna aims:

  • To work towards impacting positive change in the lives of children; a key stakeholder group in society, by working alongside our partners in the areas of education, social enterprise, human rights, healthcare and social welfare.
  • To direct our humanitarian programmes towards achieving one or more of the following – promoting education; providing preventive healthcare, providing sanitation and drinking water; creating sustainable livelihoods for people, especially those from disadvantaged sections of society
  • To engage in affirmative action interventions such as skill building and vocational training, to enhance employability and generate livelihoods for persons from disadvantaged sections of society.
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