Aqwest has published its first Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan which has been endorsed by Reconciliation Australia and officially launched by Water Minister Dave Kelly MLA today.
The RAP aims to improve and further develop the way Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are engaged in the business and celebrate their cultural connections to water.
Aqwest started its reconciliation journey in 2019 and since then, has worked with the local community to develop a RAP that helps create employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, with a target of 3 per cent Aboriginal employment by 2023.
For more information read Aqwest's Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.
Photo: Water Minister David Kelly MLA, Bunbury MLA Don Punch, Aqwest Chair Stan Liairos, Aqwest Board member Rhonda Norman and Aqwest CEO Gary Hallsworth with local Elders, Charmaine Councillor and Troy Bennell at the opening of the Ngoora Moolinap Water Treatment Plant (Glen Iris).