Sustainable development in action.
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A successful recruitment drive and a change in training approach has helped The Spence Growth Option (SGO) Project achieve its goal of a diverse workforce at its concentrator plant.
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.
Diversity in all of its forms improves our workplace. The business case for this is clear.
Examples of our achievements in each of the four priority areas of our Indigenous Peoples Strategy during FY2017.
BHP’s Mooka Ore Car Repair Shop is a high-tech, semi-automated production line, designed to safely conduct highly repetitive activities that are involved in maintenance.
Our Pampa Norte asset in Chile is preparing for the Spence Growth Option, a project that will introduce innovative concentrator technologies.
We know there is a well-known gap in retirement savings balances at retirement between males and females.
The successful delivery of inclusion and diversity is anchored to cultural change.
BHP’s IROC in Brisbane demonstrates the early results of the Company’s efforts towards their aspirational goal to achieve gender balance by 2025.
The BHP Billiton Foundation aims to make a distinctive contribution to the unprecedented sustainable development challenges facing our generation.