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After many months of consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, employees, community organisations and Traditional Owners, BHP CEO Andrew Mackenzie publicly acknowledged the significance and importance of the Uluru Statement from the Heart in January this year.
Seven years ago, BHP and Conservation International embarked upon a global partnership to deliver significant and lasting benefits to the environment.
Sophisticated sensors, combined with detailed analytics is driving more informed decisions at BHP says Chief Technology Officer, Diane Jurgens.
At BHP, automation is all about creating more efficient, more productive and safer operations, according to BHP Chief Technology Officer, Diane Jurgens.
It was tears and cheers recently at the Bloomfield house; a 50 acre farm situated in the lush Noosa hinterland on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
The move to be near home at Mt Arthur has been years in the making for Jess and her family with the seed planted two years ago during a development conversation.
As he approaches his 20th year with BHP, Scott reflects on how powerful it is feeling comfortable enough to bring your whole self to work, and why occasions like IDAHOBIT, which recognise a spectrum of sexual and gender identities, are so important.
What would make someone pack up their young family and move more than 2150kms across Australia?
Meet Ace and Jacinta. They were recently reunited 10 years after working together in the Queensland Police force.
Earlier this month, Peter Baker, Superintendent Ventilation Broadmeadow Mine, spent the day with students at St Patrick's School in Emerald teaching them about all things robotics.