Sustainability Commitment


A Commitment for Generations to Come


At the CTICC, sustainability is not something we do, or a measure of value that we add; it is at the heart of who we are. We have committed fully to sustainability as a core business ethic and, as such, we acknowledge the imperative to practice sustainability in all that we do. 

For us, sustainability is the one, non-negotiable key to lasting business success. Given this recognition, we know we have a responsibility to lead at sustainability and set an example that our entire industry wants to follow. 


Here is an overview of our sustainability commitments:



  • Seek to understand our client needs, meet or even better, exceed their requirements and aim for total client satisfaction;
  • Ensure that the convention centre provides a product that meets the customer and regulatory requirements as well as statutory requirements;
  • Provision of adequate resources in compliance with the quality standard.


Environment, Health and Safety:

  • Provide and ensure a safe and healthy working environment, conditions and equipment, coupled with training that will provide our employees with knowledge and information necessary to safely carry out their assigned duties;
  • Provide sufficient resources to warrant that we don’t have to compromise on issues related to a safe and healthy working environment;
  • Ensure that our services are performed in such a way as to protect the environment and where possible assist Client, Sub-contractors and Concessionaires to achieve the same;
  • Comply with the applicable International, National, Provincial and Local legislation, policies and other requirements;
  • Ensure that this policy is actively communicated and made available to all personnel, Clients, Sub-contractors and Concessionaires including the public at large;
  • Ensure quality, environment, health and safety roles and responsibilities are documented and that they are clearly communicated, understood and accepted by all personnel.


Our integrated objectives are to:

  • Ensure sustainable use of natural resources and prevent pollution;
  • Promote a work culture that achieves corporate targets through prevention of occupational illness and injury, environmental awareness and use of quality systems through continuous improvement;
  • Establish achievable performance indicators to monitor progress and instil a culture of best practice and ensure review of objectives and policy for continuing suitability;
  • Incorporate green principles in decision-making.


We demonstrate these commitments by meeting the requirements of ISO (International Organisation for Standardization) 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.


For more information on the Nurture Our World initiative, read our Frequently Sustainability Asked Questions or email the sustainability officer.



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