DRA Global strives to create tangible value for clients, employees, shareholders and the communities within which it operates through the delivery and operation of assets around the world. DRA Global’s Board of Directors provides the necessary guidance to ensure that all activities of the organisation are in the best interests of shareholders, employees and other stakeholders. The organisation prioritises transparency, accountability and responsibility to achieve its goals, control risks and assure compliance.


DRA Global assesses, manages and monitors risks through a formalised and systematic process which is aligned with ISO31000 requirements. The organisation’s broad experience across sectors, geographies and commodities identifies risks early on and through its established processes and procedures.

DRA Global’s risk methodology provides the flexibility to adapt to specific client procedures, to meet all stakeholder requirements.


DRA Global acknowledges that good corporate governance requires ongoing commitment to structures and processes. The following charters and policies have been developed to assist all employees in the performance of their daily duties:


As an organisation, DRA Global is committed to doing business with integrity, honesty and with transparency and to prevent any form of dishonest behaviour, irregularities and unethical behaviour in our business affairs. In order to live up to this commitment, we expect our employees and stakeholders to communicate any serious concerns that they may have about our business through the appropriate reporting channels provided by the company.

Read more on DRA Global's Whistle-blowing Policy:

Whistle-blowing Policy


The Company is committed to maintaining the highest standards of honesty, integrity and ethical conduct.

This policy and its supporting policies, as referenced herein, are clear and unambiguous in their zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, in both private and public sector transactions, with the inclusion of facilitation payments.

Read more on DRA Global's Anti-bribery and anti-corruption Policy:

Anti-bribery and anti-corruption Policy


Respect for human rights is fundamental to the sustainability of DRA and the communities within which we operate. In accordance with the DRA Code of conduct and our DRA Values, we are committed to ensuring that people are treated with dignity and respect.

This policy is guided by international human rights principles encompassed in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labor Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the United Nations Global Compact and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

Read more on DRA Global's Human Rights Policy:

Human Right Policy


Committee charters define the role and responsibility of the committee within the governance framework of DRA Global. Each member of the Audit Committee, the People, Culture and Remuneration Committee, and the Sustainability and HSEC Committee meet the independence requirements of the Australian regulation. Our high standards are reflected in our Code of Conduct.

Read more on the DRA Board Committees Role and Purpose:

Board Charter

Audit and Risk Committee Charter

Sustainability and HSEC Charter

People, Culture and Remuneration Charter

Nomination and Governance Committee Charter