VicForests is proud to be recognised as a credible, successful and dynamic native forestry business that provides a sustainable contribution to Victoria. We achieve this by living our values every day.
We aim for zero harm in all that we do
We respect and care for our environment and the communities in which we operate
We operate in an ethical, efficient and accountable manner
We are responsible in our commercial dealings
We treat others in a manner that we would like to be treated
Where we are going
We are leading forest managers operating to the highest standards and our work provides long term value for Victorian communities.
To sustainably manage the State's renewable timber resources for the long term environmental, economic and social benefit of all Victorians.
To maintain our strong commercial forestry business so that we can continue to make a significant contribution to the Victorian economy and its communities.
To respect the forests in which we operate and build strong environmental systems that sustain our unique Victorian biodiversity.
To grow our business through the efficient and effective delivery of Government policy objectives.
How we are going to get there
We are committed to achieving Zero Harm (safety) within all of our workplaces.
PASSIONATE TALENTED PEOPLE
We are passionate, talented and experienced people who are respected for our integrity, commitment and professionalism.
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES
We focus on what matters to the business and getting that right. We follow clearly stated and objectively measured success indicators to demonstrate our achievements.
We acknowledge the scrutiny that we are under and actively engage with a wide range of stakeholders so as to build strong relationships with those interested in our business.
RESPONSIVE TO GOVERNMENT
We are respected for being a trusted, non-fuss advisor to Government and will continue to deliver efficient and effective outcomes to the State.
CONTRIBUTION TO VICTORIA
We continue to make a significant contribution to the economy, especially in rural and regional Victoria.