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10 October 2003
Chris Lynch, Chief Financial Officer, addresses the JPMorgan Australasian Investment Conference in Edinburgh, UK.
Three years ago, Mr Chapman’s majority-owned Aboriginal mining rental business Kuuwa secured a contract with BHP through the Local Buy Program, which supports local Indigenous-owned businesses.
Creating a safe space for mental health conversations in our underground mines is vital for supporting safety and wellbeing. That's why we sent a barber trained in having mental health conversations over one kilometre underground in the lead up to RU OK? day on 8 September.
BHP has released its 2022 Annual Reporting Suite, an in-depth look at BHP's operations and performance over the 2022 financial year.