Our Charter & Values of Behaviour
The mission from Genetics Australia is:
Genetics Australia is committed to the prosperity of family families and communities through the provision of the best genetics, produts and service.
Staff employed by Genetics Australia Co-operative have identified the following values and behaviours as being fundamental to the way in which we go about our work and interact with our customers and each other. All are committed to these values and behaviours, and strive to meet them at all times.
|Empowerment||We strive to build a strong, dedicated team by motivating, encouraging and instilling confidence in our colleagues.|
|Accountability||We accept responsibility for the outcomes of our actions and inactions.|
|Integrity||We act in a manner which upholds the creditability and ethical standards of our business, ensuring we are always honest, reliable and respectful.|
|Professionalism||We use our expertise to enhance business opportunities and conduct ourselves in an appropriate manner whilst having the best interests of our customers and the business at heart.|
Animal Welfare Statement
Genetics Australia, the largest artificial breeding organisation in Australia, considers the welfare of its animals on its farms, quarantine admission facilities and semen collection centres as a fundamental responsibility. The management staff, along with The Animal Care & Welfare Committee and the Board of Directors seek to implement and enforce the world’s best practises in all relevant areas of animal welfare.
The Animal Care & Welfare Committee at Genetics Australia consists of members employed by the Co-operative and outside members not employed by the Co-operative , with independent views. Members include:
• Genetics Australia’s Breeding & Genetics Manager;
• Genetics Australia’s Farm Manager;
• Current member of Genetics Australia’s Board of Directors;
• Genetics Australia’s Animal Health & Quarantine Co-ordinator;
• a local Veterinarian;
• a local Legal Practitioner; and
• a Professor of Veterinary Reproduction