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This month, BMA's Daunia Mine Blast & Pump Crew celebrated 2000 days Recordable Injury (RI) Free.
Since 1851, we've been developing and contributing to industry, communities and economies around the world.
Michelle Elvy, Head of Integrated Operations BMC, talks about the importance of inclusive leadership and its impact on developing the next generation of miners.
Traditionally, flexible work arrangements have been more commonly adopted by those in office based roles. But we know that flex work means different things to different people, across a variety of roles and locations.
Kirsty Liddicoat, Mt Arthur Coal's Manager Coal Production, has been awarded a national scholarship offered through Chief Executive Women (CEW).
Our Olympic Dam asset in South Australia relies on diesel equipment for development, production, ore handling and mine services. A trial is underway to deploy light electric vehicles (LEVs) powered by lithium ion batteries in Olympic Dam’s underground fleet.
The commercial case for improving diversity is compelling. BHP’s most inclusive and gender diverse operations have outperformed our average on a range of measures, including lower injury rates, adherence to work plans and meeting production targets.
The Local Buying Program was established in 2012 as a means to encourage better relationships between our operations and local small businesses, build capability and capacity across the local supply chain and boost regional economic development in our host communities.
Diversity in all of its forms improves our workplace. The business case for this is clear.
China’s four-decade long boom has restored the country to its traditional position as the centre of the East Asian economy. We are optimistic that it will continue to be an opportunity-rich region for BHP.