Corporate Social Responsibility
Gorine's Corporate Social Responsibility/Community Relations Strategy is hinged on one cardinal principle - to improve the quality of life, and be a catalyst for development and social change within and beyond our areas of operation. In doing this, we continually strive:
- To be the catalyst for socio-economic change as stakeholders in the community
- To build capacity as a means for self reliance and economic empowerment
- To entrench and foster the principle of sustainable development
- To contribute in building a stable and enduring future for our host communities
We treat the host communities as an extension of our business in terms of needs and aspirations; this gives the communities a sense of belonging as stakeholders in our business and operations. Our overall engagement covers the following broad areas: Youth empowerment; projecting and promoting a greener, renewable and sustainable environment. In this regard, we partner with organisations like the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) to deliver on our promise.
In addition to its commercial business activities, the group engages in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes through which it intervenes strategically in key areas of youth empowerment and promoting and sustaining a renewable and greener environment. The group employs over 800 staff worldwide. Chrome Group is also a non-racial and equal opportunity employer.
Gorine Energy is committed to the implementation of good corporate governance and holistic approach to sustainability. Promoting social development of communities even beyond our areas of operations is an integral part of how we produce and deliver energy. This inclusive model positively impacts all stakeholder groups in the long term through shared value creation.
Gorine Energy believes that full disclosure and transparency in its operations are in the interests of good governance. The company also adopts standard accounting practices and ensures sound internal controls to facilitate the reliability of financial statements. The company has adopted a Code of Business Conduct & Ethics, which defines the company's mission within a corporate governance framework. The code is applicable to all employees, board of directors, contractors and customers.