Corporate Governance

As a Values driven organisation we understand the importance of ensuring effective governance to protect the interests of our investors, the community and our team.

Toxfree’s governance framework is driven through the ASX Principles of Good Governance and Best Practice Recommendations which are actively monitored and used in the direction of our governance decisions.

In its Annual Report, Toxfree details its adherence to the principles and recommendations in a corporate governance statement. To read the corporate governance statement, refer to pages 58-62 Toxfree's 2016 Statutory Annual Report.

Toxfree Board and Committees

The Toxfree Board has adopted a Charter which sets out their responsibilities and functions. The Board has also established a number of Committees: Audit, Remuneration and Nominations Committees. Each Committee plays an important role in the Company's corporate governance activities:

Each Committee has its own Charter defining its responsibilities and functions.

  • Charter of the Toxfree Board
  • Charter of the Audit Committee
  • Charter of the Remuneration Committee
  • Charter of the Nominations Committee
Corporate Governance Policies

The Board of Directors of Toxfree Solutions Limited has adopted the following set of principles for the corporate governance of the Company. These principles establish the framework of how the Board carries out its duties and obligations on behalf of the shareholders.

Toxfree Whistleblower Program

Toxfree is committed to creating and maintaining a work environment that encourages and facilitates the disclosure of Reportable Conduct by ensuring that complaints and disclosures, including those made anonymously, are properly assessed and where appropriate, dealt with, reviewed or investigated thoroughly and impartially whilst maintaining confidentiality.

If you wish to raise an issue anonymously, you may disclose your concerns through the Whistleblowing service via the link below.

Established and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in 2000, Toxfree has experienced substantial growth during this time, achieved through acquisitions, new green-field developments and the organic growth of our existing businesses. Back in 2000, we employed 20 people, and operated from two locations in Kwinana and Port Hedland, today Toxfree employs over 1600 people and provides national services from over 80 locations Australia wide.   Read More
A new classroom safety campaign, targeting Australia’s most vulnerable pedestrians, is being rolled out nationally by Volvo Trucks and Toxfree, to help keep Aussie kids safe in their home towns.   Read More
Our vision is to be the leading Industrial Services and Waste Management Company with a true focus on; safety, reliability and sustainability.   Read More
Toxfree's executive team is charged with the strategic growth of our business, bringing experience in both private & public businesses, and environmental & waste management.   Read More
Toxfree's board of directors bring to Toxfree in excess of 150 years of both international and local business experience.   Read More
With in excess of 57 locations nationally, including operations established in all regional resource hubs across Australia, Toxfree are ideally positioned to provide services to our customers on both a local and national scale.   Read More
As a Values driven organisation we understand the importance of ensuring effective governance to protect the interests of our investors, the community and our team.   Read More
Our commitment and vigilance to a Harm Free culture has resulted in external recognition through a number of awards.   Read More
Toxfree’s behavioural based safety mantra is 'Harm Free'. It is engrained in the culture of the business and is focused on the principles of; exceeding customer expectations with no harm to people, no harm to the environment, and no harm to resources. These are the values that are built into every activity undertaken.   Read More