Our Values and Business Principles

At Viva Energy, we are building a culture where people feel inspired to achieve. We empower our teams to stretch themselves and for individuals to act as if this business was their own, demonstrating creative thinking and accountability.

Scott Wyatt

 

Performance is the foundation of Viva Energy Australia. Put simply, we are a smart, agile, outcomes focused company that rewards our people according to their performance, their commitment to safety and demonstrating the values which we live by.

Viva Energy is founded on strong values and promotes a culture based on honesty, integrity and respect for each other and the communities in which we operate. We are committed to ensuring all employees have the capability and right to a fair, safe and productive environment where they can develop to their full potential and embrace diversity in all forms.

Our Business Principles and Code of Conduct

The objectives of the Viva Energy group of companies are to engage efficiently, responsibly and profitably in the manufacturing, distribution and sale of petroleum products in Australia, in furtherance of its shareholders’ interests and Australian economic and social goals. In pursuit of these objectives we must act in accordance with the law and be principled in our business conduct.

We have adopted these Business Principles and Code of Conduct to set clear expectations of the behaviour of every employee in every Viva Energy company in the conduct of its business at all times. They apply to all interactions and transactions, large or small.

The Business Principles and Code of Conduct are fundamental to how we conduct our business and living by them is crucial to our continued success. The Viva Energy Whistleblower Policy sets out how disclosures will be treated, including Viva Energy’s commitment to confidentiality and fairness in relation to such matters.

Read the Viva Energy group of companies Business Principles and the Code of Conduct  (PDF 697.1KB)
Read the Viva Energy Taxes Paid Report Year Ended December 2016 (PDF 100.2KB)