Being Socially Responsible
Each decision and activity have an impact on the society and the environment. At Oncam, we have decided to act and make conscious decisions on how we behave as global citizens, through transparent and ethical behaviour. These are the principles that drive our behaviour, both throughout the organization and our partners:
- Contributing to sustainable development;
- Taking into account the expectations of stakeholders;
- Being in compliance with applicable law and consistent with international norms of behavior.
The Oncam team works on a daily basis to apply the ISO 26000 standard to integrate socially responsible behaviour into our organisation. We commit to operate in accordance to the seven standard principles:
- Ethical begaviour
- Respect for stakeholder interests
- Respect for the rule of law
- Respect for international norms of behaviour
- Respect for human rights
Over the past 4 years, Oncam has been a proud contributor of the Nordoff Robbins’ Legends of Football event. By celebrating the careers of some of the greatest footballers and managers, Nordoff Robbins is able to change the lives of vulnerable and isolated people with music therapy. In the hands of a trained practitioner, music therapy can be used to support people living with a wide range of needs. It can help a child with autism to communicate, unlock forgotten memories for those living with dementia or provide comfort for someone facing a terminal illness.
One way or another we have all been touched by cancer and the fight against this widespread disease continues through having worthy charities like MacMillan. To showcase our support, Oncam has been hosting a “MacMillan Coffee Morning” for the last 3 years where we not only raise money for the cause, but we also have an opportunity to crown a “Star Baker” with our Oncam bake-off!
The Oncam boys love to grow a moustache once a year to raise awareness for men’s health. That’s why they endure the office banter for the whole month of November, and proudly showcase their moustaches, beards and goatees for Movember. Trust us, it’s a good month to be around with a camera, and it’s also for a good cause!