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:


Our aspiration is to turn the future of mining into reality as the most sought-after company in our field. Central to this vision is a commitment to live by DRA’s values and act with integrity at all times.

Supplier Code of Conduct /

DRA has widespread global supply chains that incorporate multiple engineering and mining capabilities including industrial, minerals and metal processing, operations and maintenance, infrastructure, energy and water.

The Group values integrity and transparency when engaging with its suppliers and seeks to work with other like-minded persons and entities that share the same principles and values. The Group expects our suppliers to align with these values and behaviours.

We require our suppliers to comply with all applicable laws and, in all cases, meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the principles set out in this Supplier Code of Conduct. 


DRA recognises that it has responsibilities to its shareholders, clients, employees, suppliers and the communities in which it operates.


Committee charters define the role and responsibility of the committee within the governance framework of DRA Global.

Each member of the Audit Committee meets the independence requirements of the Australian regulation. 















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

The policies, as referenced herein, are clear and unambiguous in their zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, in both private and public sector transactions.
















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.



Our commitment is to provide an inclusive and diverse workplace, where each of us contributes to our vision.

Our commitment includes providing a workplace free of discrimination and unfair bias, where everyone has an opportunity and where each person is valued, respected and supported for their different attributes, skills and experience. 



In line with the listing rules established by the ASX, the DRA Group is required to continuously disclose information that may be deemed price sensitive. This Framework is designed to assist all DRA employees to understand with their disclosure obligations under the ASX’s listing rules.

DRA will ensure that it makes timely and balanced disclosure of all matters concerning it that a reasonable person would expect to have a material effect on the price or value of its securities. DRA will also provide its security holders with appropriate information and facilities to allow them to exercise their rights as security holders effectively.



This Standard is designed to assist Personnel to comply with their obligations under Insider Trading laws and DRA’s Securities Trading Policy and establishes a procedure for Dealing in DRA Securities by Personnel and Restricted Persons.


Underlying Earnings Standard /

The objective of this Standard is to establish principles for reporting Underlying Earnings in the financial statements (segment note reporting), investor, analyst and other external stakeholder presentations, and financial information provided to the Executive Committee and the Board for DRA Global.



DRA Global’s Modern Slavery Statement affirms our commitment to respecting human rights and preventing any associated risks arising from our operations and supply chain.

We are continuously focused on improving our modern slavery risk management approach and, in the past financial year, we undertook some key activities to further enhance this commitment.

Read more about the actions taken by the DRA Group to assess and manage the risk of modern slavery in our operations and supply chains:





The DRA Group’s Values and Code of Conduct set the expected standards of behaviour and establish the foundation of the DRA Group’s culture, which is committed to conducting its business with honesty and integrity. Anyone who suspects Misconduct within the DRA Group are encouraged to speak up as soon as possible, so that the matter can be investigated, and action taken as necessary.

The Board, CEO and Senior Management are committed to ensuring that individuals can safely report information about Misconduct without fear of reprisal or detrimental treatment and be assured that all reports made under this Standard are treated seriously.














DRA and its Board of Directors are committed to achieving and demonstrating high standards of corporate governance that are effective for the DRA Group and fulfil stakeholder expectations. Read more on DRA’s compliance with the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Principles and Recommendations in our annual corporate governance statements.


2021 Corporate Governance Statement










DRA lodges its reports for the Australian Workplace Gender Equality Agency regarding our gender equality performance, in accordance with the requirements of Australia’s Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Cth). The public data comprised in these reports is available for viewing.