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26 July 2017
BHP Group Functions Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BHP Coal Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BHP Nickel West Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BHP Olympic Dam Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BHP Petroleum Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BHP Western Australia Iron Ore Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BMA Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report 2016-2017
BHP has signed a renewable Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Neoen, which is expected to meet half of Olympic Dam’s electricity needs from FY2026, based on current forecast demand, and allow Olympic Dam to record a net zero emission position for the contracted volume of supply.
For more than 50 years, Telethon has been raising vital funds that go directly to improving the health and wellbeing of children across Western Australia. BHP will again contribute $4 million to this year’s donation tally, with our funds going towards a world-first research partnership with Aboriginal families in the Pilbara through our long-term partnership with Telethon Kids Institute.
Meet Gabby Wilson, South Flank’s youngest drill operator – and probably the youngest in the Pilbara! Gabby started work at South Flank a week shy of her 18th birthday, thanks to an eagle-eyed aunty.