Thiess Rehabilitation recently presented at an Indigenous supplier information session in Emerald with business owners and stakeholders to provide an overview of Thiess Rehabilitation, and to better understand how we can work together to deliver high-quality, cost-effective, and socially and culturally responsible mine rehabilitation projects.
Led by Jaimi Woodland, Acting Program Manager, Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (Central Queensland region, Rockhampton), attendees included a range of suppliers and stakeholders from Emerald and Central Queensland region.
As well as an overview of Thiess Rehabilitation, the information session provided opportunities for suppliers and stakeholders to ask questions about supplier setup and gain insights into involvement opportunities.
Through its project delivery, Thiess Rehabilitation offers various employment and commercial benefits, including Indigenous engagement strategies, female participation and new-to-industry initiatives and training.
“Feedback was very positive, and we look forward to providing opportunities to work with local businesses in the future,” – James Anderson, Group Manager, Thiess Rehabilitation.
Thank you to Jaimi Woodland and Stephen Ung, Director, Major Economic Projects, Office of Regional and Infrastructure Coordination, Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships.
Thank you also to Kelvin Dunrobin for providing an Acknowledgement of Western Kangoulu Country.
For more information about Thiess Rehabilitation and our land rehabilitation services, connect with our Thiess Rehabilitation team.