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Health, Safety and Environment Manager - Job in Melbourne - The Lost Dogs' Home

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[Audio] Corporate social responsibility is business practices involving initiatives that benefit society. A business's CSR can encompass a wide variety of tactics, like giving away a portion of a company's proceeds to charity.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility is business practices involving initiatives that benefit society. A business's CSR can encompass a wide variety of tactics, like giving away a portion of a company's proceeds to charity.

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[Audio] The lost dogs home aim ( vision) to be the re-eminent animal welfare organisation in caring for lost and unwanted dogs and cats and in enhancing the responsible ownership of these animals in the community. Their goal ( mission) is to compassionately care for lost and unwanted dogs and cats, to enhance their lives in our community. The objective is to fight for the rights, value and welfare of animals. To promote responsible pet ownership and maintain a continuous campaign to educate the general public about their responsibilities towards the welfare of pet dogs and cats. To employ staff who: have a strong animal welfare ethic, exhibit empathy to the animals in their care and have an active desire to fulfill the Home's vision and mission. To be fair and ethical in all our dealings.

Behind the scenes at Melbourne's oldest animal shelter

Aims, Goals and objectives

The lost dogs home aim (vision) to be the re-eminent animal welfare organisation in caring for lost and unwanted dogs and cats Their goal (mission) is to compassionately care for lost and unwanted dogs and cats The objective is to fight for the rights, value and welfare of animals. To promote responsible pet ownership and maintain a continuous campaign to educate the general public about their responsibilities towards the welfare of pet dogs and cats. (Source 1)

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[Audio] The lost dogs home benefits the community as it plays the role as an animal shelter for all lost, stray or unwanted dogs and cats, this allows them to be off the streets and in a home that feeds them and takes care of them. This benefits the community as people don't want stray cats or dogs on the street as they can be dangerous. They also allow owners to find there missing pets

Benefits it gives to the community

The lost dogs home benefits the community as it plays the role as an animal shelter for all lost, stray or unwanted dogs and cats, this allows them to be off the streets and in a home that feeds them and takes care of them. This benefits the community as people don’t want stray cats or dogs on the street as they can be dangerous. They also allow owners to find there missing pets

It's a wrap: MADI rolls into Werribee

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SWOT’s Analysis

Strengths Weakness They host services and initiatives to promote animal welfare and responsible pet ownership (Source 2) 5,152 dogs and cats were adopted in 2020 (Source 2) 70 rescue partners (Source 3) Received $ 3,031,968 as donation throughout the year 2020 (Source 2) Toxic workplace (Source 4) Opportunity Threats Opportunities for new partnership collaborations. (Source 2) Programs for dogs with behavioral issues (Source 2) Many allegations due to management and workplace (Source 4)

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[Audio] The Lost Dogs Home is a Melbourne-based Australian animal sanctuary that provides end-to-end services to all stray and lost animals. This is a successful company because it clearly cares for all animals and provides care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From 2019 to 2020, the Lost Dogs Home raised over $ 7 million and continues to raise funds for the cause. From 2019 to 2020, the lost dog shelter has saved over 16,000 canines, with over 5,000 of them being adopted. Overall, the lost dogs home has proven effective business practices and will continue to do so in the future to promote the wellbeing of all strays

Effectiveness

The Lost Dogs Home is a Melbourne-based Australian animal sanctuary that provides end-to-end services to all stray and lost animals. This is a successful company because it clearly cares for all animals and provides care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From 2019 to 2020, the Lost Dogs Home raised over $7 million and continues to raise funds for the cause. From 2019 to 2020, the lost dog shelter has saved over 16,000 canines, with over 5,000 of them being adopted. Overall, the lost dogs home has proven effective business practices and will continue to do so in the future to promote the wellbeing of all strays in Australia.

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[Audio] In 1910, the Melbourne Lost Dogs Shelter was founded to offer a temporary home for Melbourne's lost and famished dogs. The Lost Dogs' Home, Australia's biggest animal sanctuary, now caters for around 21,000 lost, stray, wounded, and abandoned dogs and cats each year. This will please stakeholders since they will know that the missing dog's home is a developing group that is working hard to aid all animals in need.

Stakeholder

In 1910, the Melbourne Lost Dogs Shelter was founded to offer a temporary home for Melbourne's lost and famished dogs. The Lost Dogs' Home, Australia's biggest animal sanctuary, now caters for around 21,000 lost, stray, wounded, and abandoned dogs and cats each year. This will please stakeholders since they will know that the missing dog's home is a developing group that is working hard to aid all animals in need.

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[Audio] Your business can get involved by dedicating a day to go to the shelter and support all the animals Your business can also make fundraising occasions to donate to the cause and raise money for the foundation. Your business can also promote the posters and announcements like the ones on the right.

How can businesses get involved

Your business can get involved by dedicating a day to go to the shelter and support all the animals Your business can also make fundraising occasions to donate to the cause and raise money for the foundation. Your business can also promote the posters and announcements like the ones on the right.

PLEASE SHARE Blankets & toys urgently needed

SHARE With 900 cats and kittens currently in care, we need your help to FIND PREVER HOMES!

ANNOUNCEMENT (LEAR THE (AT SHELTER

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[Audio] The appeal supplied the Home with over $ 150,000 worth of high-quality dog and cat food every year.

Fundraiser

¯The Christmas Pet Food Appeal dogshome.com/donatenow

The appeal supplied the Home with over $150,000 worth of high-quality dog and cat food every year. (Source 5)

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[Audio] They make handmade blankets and dog jumpers for Dogs of all sizes, particularly short-haired breeds, appreciate the warmth of a knitted, sewn or crocheted jumper or coat. The lost dogs home hold donation drives to raise money for the cause, Holding a drive to collect bedding, toys or pet food is a fantastic way to get friends, family, colleagues and clients involved in supporting dogs and cats in need. Rugs and blankets of all sizes are primarily used for cats and kittens and within our hospital and provide these animals with additional comfort and warmth

Endorsements

They make handmade blankets and dog jumpers The lost dogs home hold donation drives to raise money for the cause, collect bedding, toys or pet food Rugs and blankets of all sizes are primarily used for cats and kittens and within our hospital and provide these animals with additional comfort and warmth

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References

Source 1: https://dogshome.com/about-us/vision-mission/ Source 2: https://dogshome.com/about-us/annual-reports/ Source 3: https://dogshome.com/our-partners/partners/ Source 4: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-29/lost-dogss-home-toxic-culture-blamed-for-exodus/10563416 Source 5: https://dogshome.com/pet-food-appeal/

Source 1: https://dogshome.com/about-us/vision-mission/ Source 2: https://dogshome.com/about-us/annual-reports/ Source 3: https://dogshome.com/our-partners/partners/ Source 4: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-29/lost-dogss-home-toxic-culture-blamed-for-exodus/10563416 Source 5: https://dogshome.com/pet-food-appeal/