Integrated Management System Policy As a major distributor of Workplace Supplies, COS is committed to implementing an Integrated Management System that embraces our Quality, Environmental and Workplace Health and Safety Management Systems to ensure all our functions are of the most proficient standard. As a Company, COS commits to: • Comply with all applicable Quality Assurance (QA), Environmental (ENV) and Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) laws, statutory and regulatory requirements and standards • The protection of our employees, visitors, contractors and the environment • Continually deliver safe, effective, high quality applications and services • Processes and controls that ensure all operations are performed properly the first time, so that our services meet client requirements and prevent pollution • Continually improve the effectiveness of our QA, Environmental and WHS management systems performance • Developing processes in a manner that minimises hazards and risks of injury to staff and damage to the environment • Conserving energy, water and raw materials and striving to reduce waste and emissions • Supporting Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) with a total headcount of less than 200 full time employees • Supporting reconciliation with Aboriginal Australians via actions outlined in our Reconciliation Action Plan • Work collaboratively with our employees, suppliers and the broader industry to combat Modern Slavery • Reduce Environmental impacts on the community via our Ethical Sourcing Policy We will meet these requirements by: • Establishing QA, Environmental and WHS objectives and targets and periodically reviewing our performance against them to ensure continued improvement aimed at elimination of work related injury and illness, and reduction of environmental impacts • Ensuring operations leaders and staff are aware of their responsibilities for QA, Environmental and WHS compliance and performance • Providing all employees with the education and training they need to understand their QA, Environmental and WHS responsibilities • Communicating openly with our employees and interested parties regarding our QA, Environmental and WHS systems • Taking prompt action to address Environmental and WHS issues • Reviewing annually for continuing suitability and relevance to our organisation • Ensuring a minimum of 25% of all expenditure on goods and services associated with conducting our operations is with SME organisations • Delivering upon commitments outlined in our Reconciliation Action Plan • Monitoring commitments against key performance indicators as outlined in our Modern Slavery Statement • Being a signatory to the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation Amie Lyone Belinda Lyone 12 th August 2022 Co-CEO Co-CEO To be reviewed August 2023 * IMS Scope is available to stakeholders upon request

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