We pride ourselves on providing a safe, healthy and happy place to work for our people. Amicus complies with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, the Work Health and Safety Regulations 2017.
Amicus also manages and maintains its certified systems, which include AS/NZS 4801:2001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems, ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management Systems and ISO 14001:2015 - Environmental Management Systems.
We embrace sustainability in every aspect of our organisation. We are committed, and enjoy, finding ways in which we can reduce the impact of our work in our own workspaces and the spaces we create for others. From the way we manage our on-site operations to our use of consumables, energy and water, we’re committed to reducing our impacts on the environment wherever we can.
Through our experience, we have developed specifications and benchmarks that have addressed, materials selection, aspects of the built environment and its effect on the environment. This leads to a best practice approach to the project.
We like to share our success and give back to those less fortunate than ourselves. At Amicus, we genuinely care about our social impact. Our company’s existence is not lonely. It’s part of a bigger system of people, values, other organisations and nature.
The Love for Lachie Foundation was founded by friends and family of Lachie including our CEO and Co-Founder James Kemp and is supported widely through the community, to provide much needed hope for families with brain tumour diagnosis by raising funds to help find a cure and tackle this terrible disease. Amicus' contribution to date has exceeded far beyond $150,000.00.
In association with the Love For Lachie Foundation, each year Amicus and the Tour de Cure join forces for their annual 9-day Signature Cycle Tour. The Tour's funded researchers have achieved 29 breakthroughs in cancer research.
2019 marked the 5th year supporting children’s cancer research, with the Amicus team raising an astonishing $200,000.00 by participating in the Tour de Cure, covering 1,400kms and 16,000m of elevation climb.