WESFARMERS SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2017

2017-18 priorities

Health and safety

  • Comprehensively update and review risk management approaches.
  • LTIFR less than one.
  • 10 per cent reduction in TRIFR.
  • 25 per cent reduction in high potential incidents.

Community contributions

  • Continue support for a range of community-based sponsorship initiatives.
  • Launch a bursary within a local high school to support students studying STEM subjects.

Climate change resilience

  • Continue research into rehabilitation responses to fire through the University of Queensland.

Diversity

  • Continue to focus on the Women in Resources program and 'Oothungs' (Sisters) in Mining program.
  • Increase gender diversity in non-traditional roles.
  • Introduce returned service men and women traineeship program.

Water

  • Utilize initiatives to increase use of reclaimed water and further reduce use of raw (river) water by five per cent.

Customers

  • Continue to support ACARP research projects around the shipment of coal with specific regard to coal self-heating and combustion, steel hull corrosion and transportable moisture limits in response to the International Maritime Organisation’s requirements.

Governance

  •  Legislative compliance.
  • Code of Conduct and equal employment opportunities training.

Rehabilitation

  • Focus on continuing progressive rehabilitation.
  • Reduce cost of waste by 10 per cent.