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Since 2012, BHP Billiton Canada has partnered with local First Nations communities to support industry-focused training initiatives and employment.
BHP Billiton Trinidad and Tobago has launched a resilience to climate change program.
The team in our Petroleum business reduced the risk to immediate health associated with tank gauging by more than 98 per cent.
Western Australia Iron Ore have implemented a Mental Wellness Program, as a coordinated approach to proactively managing mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Light vehicle rollovers and collisions with heavy vehicles are two of our most significant safety risks at BHP Billiton.
Escondida’s project has significantly reduced a key potential health risk for employees at the operation’s electrowinning tankhouse.
Escondida’s project has reduced risks associated with handling of cables and plugs used in the management of a large fleet of electric rope shovels and production drills.
A Western Australia Iron Ore project to reduce exposure to health risks has achieved outstanding results for the mobile equipment maintenance team.
This diverse, innovative approach is a ground-breaking solution for regions that face challenges around sustainable access to water.
Coal mining operations can generate dust that must be controlled to prevent potential impacts on air quality, health and visual amenity.