Our purpose is to bring people and resources together to build a better world. We do this through our strategy to deliver long-term value and returns through the cycle.
We provide the materials for essential infrastructure, enabling better standards of living and facilitating greater prosperity.
We believe the future is increasingly clear and our strategy, portfolio, capabilities and approach to social value position us to play an important role in meeting the twin objectives of an accelerated energy transition, and continued economic development and improvement in living standards.
Sustainability is integral to how we contribute to social value creation. It is core to our strategy and sits at the heart of everything we do.
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04 December 2007
Ian Wood, Vice President Community Relations and Ed Mongan, Global Practice LeaderClimate Change present the 2007 Sustainability Briefing.
After several years testing equipment for companies in a range of industries, from fabrication and chemical plants to aviation, Dirk De Beer used his redundancy payment to settle in Kalgoorlie and realise his dream of owning his own business.
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.