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BHP has announced a change to its procurement policies, extending preferred payment terms of 30 days to all Australian businesses in local areas. This change means nearly 300 local businesses in New South Wales will experience preferred payment terms from December 1.
Since 1851, we've been developing and contributing to industry, communities and economies around the world.
Electric cars need four times as much copper as standard cars and at BHP we’re proud to be one of the largest producers of copper in the world.
Kirsty Liddicoat, Mt Arthur Coal's Manager Coal Production, has been awarded a national scholarship offered through Chief Executive Women (CEW).
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.
BHP's Australian operations provide the iron ore and coal needed to create the steel that goes into buildings, schools, hospitals, bridges and transport for growing cities around the world.
The 2018 Women in National Resources Awards (WIRNA) are fast approaching, with two of our Coal colleagues named as finalists.
Today, we launched our new community map, an interactive tool on our website highlighting a selection of some of our most recent community news across the globe. Explore the map today.
Often you have to look back over your working career to appreciate the best job you ever had.