Roblan's Employment aims are
From its commencement of business in 1947, Roblan
has prided itself on its employee's history as
skilled craftsmen in metal and plastic
security of employment to all
and foster trust and loyalty
a sense of belonging
the growth of employee skills
and education that will provide
the company with production
efficiencies and quality improvements
- Select employees who are in sympathy with the aims of the company.
The company's strength, to operate efficiency into the future,
is based on the continual improvement of your
skills, as a Roblan employee, through
committed training and pride in your
workmanship. Your efforts and skills make you
a valued member of the Roblan organization.
As a valued Roblan employee, you are
expected to show consideration for others. On
all occasions when you are in the factory, or
representing the company, your behaviour
should be directed by common sense and
Employee Code of Conduct is based on the
principle that our actions will have
consequences and that we must accept the
responsibility that comes from those actions.
should be directed to the positive promotion
of the company and should not bring the
company's good name into disrepute.
Roblan's effective control of
acceptable employee conduct emanates from
clearly stated requirements that are
consistently applied and enforced.
This list is a
guide and in all cases the employee's record
and reputation in the company are to be
considered. These practices are considered
unacceptable, as they destroy trust and create
an atmosphere of unease within the Roblan community.
Absenteeism: Continual and repeated
absenteeism that is not due to acceptable
lateness to work and / or lateness returning
to work after meal breaks.
or misuse of company property, or property
owned by fellow employees. Employees are
requested not to leave valuables in accessible
places such as change rooms.
Vandalism: Vandalising of company
or fellow employees property (including abuse
to machinery or ancillary equipment).
of illegal drugs and/or alcohol within the
of any safety equipment by employees.
are responsible for lockers that are allotted
to them. There must be no loitering, eating or
drinking in change or locker rooms.
canteen is for employees' use during meal and
rest breaks and should be kept clean at all
expected that all employees place any litter
in the bins provided throughout the factory
and offices. Remember - do the right thing put
all litter in the bin.
employees should respect the rights of other
employees and not act in a manner considered
to be bad mannered: e.g. use of bad language
and wilful disobedience of Supervisor's
or other acts considered unsafe will not be
employees are required to comply with the
dress/safety requirements, as stated in the
Conditions of Employment.
banned within the workplace.
are not permitted to use mobile phones while