Putting our people first.
We are committed to the highest standards in training, technology and operating procedures to keep our staff members safe while on duty.
SBV has been working closely with the South African Police Service, the Hawks, SABRIC, G4S, Fidelity, SABRIC, and other stakeholders to ensure the collective coordination and tactical action plans for the benefit and sustainability of all stakeholders within the industry.
“Overall, from an industry perspective, I am proud that SBV has made a significant contribution to raising the standards for cash- in-transit operations and for the mitigation of the crime impacting all role players.”
Mark Barrett, CEO, SBV Services.
As a business, we maintain that our key differentiator, our people, are at the heart of our strategy.
We understand that a talent pool that is engaged will embrace change, innovate, grow and look forward to the future. We aim to enable continuous engagement and to understand our employees’ needs in a complex and diverse environment. We have implemented a broad spectrum of initiatives that focus on culture and engagement that align to the strategy for the sustainability of our business.
At SBV, transformation is key to managing our human and intellectual resources. We embrace the spirit of the Employment Equity (EE) Act as well as the Codes of Good Practice for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE). We recognise that a diverse workforce strengthens our ability to meet the changing demands of the environment within which we work as well as to serve emerging markets.
Transformation is a long term strategic initiative that is incorporated into SBV’s resourcing, talent and succession management plans. We have a five-year plan to meet our transformation targets as set out in the B-BBEE scorecard. Although these are ambitious targets, the plan is a responsible one, taking all our employees, our business imperatives, as well as the culture that we are building, into account. Progress has been made against our EE plans as submitted to the Department of Labour over the past five years. Focus is needed in achieving the transformation targets of the B-BBEE codes, which are more stringent.
As part of the SBV Corporate Social Investment approach to creating sustainable social value for society and its citizens in the long term, our resources are purposefully utilised for initiatives in support of education, skills development and enterprise development.
We have an extensive programme year round to assist our employees make a difference within their communities. Annually, employees volunteer a day with a charity of their choosing in their local community.
During COVID-19, we have implemented extensive screening and testing practices at all our centres to protect our employees and the community at large. For more information please read here.
We uphold the highest standards of integrity, risk management, quality service and sound business practice. We take our responsibility towards our people, our communities and our stakeholders seriously.
As a partner and a significant role player in the cash industry, we are committed to the continued growth and development of our business, creating value for all our stakeholders. We observe the standards of the King III Code of Governance.
SBV Services is committed to ensuring that personal information is collected, processed, stored and destroyed in line with our lawful obligations as set out in the The Protection Of Personal Information Act (POPI), 4 Of 2013. Our processes and systems are being aligned through a structured plan to comply with the July 2021 deadline, as stipulated by the Information Regulator: https://www.justice.gov.za/inforeg/.
For further information on POPI you can visit: https://popia.co.za
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