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Equal Opportunity & Indigenous Engagement

Wormall Civil constantly provides a workplace that is fair and equitable for every employee, and one where all individuals and groups will be treated with respect and equality. The company recognises that any distinction, exclusion or preference which has the effect of nullifying or impairing equality of opportunity or treatment in employment or occupation constitutes an offence under the Australian Human Rights Commission Act.

The company has adopted procedures to ensure that equality of opportunity is extended to all persons regardless of:

  • Age
  • Disability (including intellectual, physical or psychiatric) whether actual or perceived, and either present or past
  • Marital status
  • Race, colour, nationality or ethnicity
  • Sex, sexuality, sexual preference or pregnancy 

Wormall Civil also places significant importance on indigenous engagement and addressing the disadvantages and inequity experienced by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

As part of a commitment to a policy of positive engagement and fostering better Indigenous relations the company seeks to:

  • Build better relationships and work together
  • Recognise, respect and respond to Indigenous culture and heritage
  • Create and encourage education and employment of Indigenous people and provide sustainable employment opportunities
  • Support Indigenous economic development
  • Work closely with Indigenous groups to find employment opportunities for work-ready participants within Wormall Civil 
  • Encourage and support Indigenous people to take up training opportunities
  • Promote cultural awareness within the company’s business operations
  • Engage with members of local Indigenous communities and organisations wherever and whenever possible to support our policy
  • Develop systems and procedures to support Indigenous relations
  • Provide general cultural awareness training for all staff

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