Broadspectrum is committed to building strong relationships with Indigenous communities and creating increased opportunities for employment and engagement.We acknowledge Indigenous people as being the original carers of their lands and the importance of preserving their culture and customs.
In line with our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) we focus on the following areas:
The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) demonstrates Broadspectrum commitment to Australia’s national efforts to close the Indigenous life expectancy gap and outlines measurable actions that we are taking to increase Indigenous participation within the business.
Our Indigenous Advisory Board advises us on Indigenous relations and engagement, provides guidance and direction in implementing policies and practices, and challenges our Company to seek continual improvements. The Indigenous Advisory Board comprises members of Broadspectrum executive management team and senior representatives from the community.
South Australian Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, the Honourable Stephen Mullighan launched Broadspectrum’ third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at Parliament House in Adelaide on 21 July 2015.
Key targets in Broadspectrum’ third RAP include:
Some of our Indigenous Participation achievements to date are: