What are the SDGs?

SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) are international goals described in the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development" and adopted by the United Nations Summit in September 2015. These comprise 17 goals and 169 targets all designed to ensure a sustainable world, in which no one is left behind.

THE 17 GOALS | Sustainable Development

Initiatives for SDGs in marine power

Initiatives for SDGs in marine power

Kairiki is committed to SDG’s through its policy of leveraging internationally recognised SDG corporate bonds. In addition, our internal corporate activities, are closely linked to 9 fundamental Sustainable Development Goals.

Actuation of family friendly workplace reforms and the introduction of a telework system.

[Goal 3] Good Health and Well-Being
Our work place culture actively supports family friendly reforms such as remote work. Moreover, we are fully cognisant of the need to foster a healthy workplace which accommodates the various physical and mental health needs of our employees if they are to perform at optimum levels.
[Goal 5] Gender Equality
Family friendly workplace reforms and telecommuting will reduce employee turnover due to issues such as pregnancy, childbirth, and child-rearing responsibilities.
[Goal 8] Decent Work and Economic Growth
The promotion of family friendly work place reforms, reasonable working hours and telecommuting are linked to improved productivity and a marked reduction in staff stress levels.
[Goal 11] Sustainable Cities and Communities
The creation of a flexible work environment which enables people to be based anywhere helps to ensure social and family connections can be maintained even during a disaster or national emergency.

Ship IT Business/Ship Cyber Security

[Goal 9] Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
We provide IT support in the maritime industry through our ship IT business and ship cyber security operation support service.
[Goal 14] Life Below Water
Our business actively contributes to the shipping industry and is committed to protecting the rich ocean environment.

Risk management system and information security education

[Goal 4] Quality Education
We ensure our staff are fully conversant with all information security protocols and procedures and maintain the highest quality management systems.
[Goal 12] Responsible Consumption and Production
We maintain ISO27001 certification so as to minimise business crisis’s arising from information leaks.

Strengthen compliance

[Goal 16] Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
We commit to fulfill our social license as a company and further seek to continue to build trust in the wider society by undertaking corporate activities based upon accepted legal protocols and environmental principles. Moreover we pledge to maintain the highest of ethical standards and a commitment to human rights.

Realization of health management

[Goal 3] Good Health and Well-Being
We pledge to support the physical and mental health of our employees, through the provision of an improved work environment focused upon supporting a healthy work-life balance. In addition to access to physical and mental health programs designed and overseen by the appropriate health professionals.

Fair evaluation system

[Goal 8] Decent Work and Economic Growth
Through the introduction of a fair evaluation system, we will seek to create a self-reliant self-actuated organization linked to employee happiness and improved performance.
[Goal 16] Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
We will contribute to world peace by producing global human resources who can play an active role in the world.