Social, Ethics, Transformation and Sustainability Committee
The Social, Ethics, Transformation and Sustainability (SETS) Committee comprises four independent non-executive directors, a non-executive director and the CEO. Other executive and group management committee members attend SETS Committee meetings by invitation. Its mandate is to oversee the group's sustainability strategies, ethics management, good corporate citizenship, labour and employment as well as its contribution to social and economic development and, with regards to the group's South African subsidiaries, the strategic business priority of transformation.
Regional sustainability councils provide strategic and operational support to the SETS Committee in dealing with day-to-day sustainability issues and helping to develop and entrench related initiatives in the business. The SETS Committee is chaired by Mohammed Valli Moosa.
Group Sustainability Council
The Sappi Group Sustainability Council is chaired by Graeme Wild, Group Head Investor Relations and Sustainability, and meets quarterly to share best practices, exchange information on emerging issues, and to report progress against goals and key initiatives. The group council coordinates reviews of policies as directed by the SETS Committee. Members also review regional information for various disclosure mechanisms; including the CDP’s climate change program and forests program and the Group Sustainability Report.