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At 17, Tom Stolberg, son of Edan Stolberg, GM South Walker Creek Mine, has been to Silicon Valley twice, started his own business, helped protect his local community during COVID-19 and shown his dad just how important it is to back local business.
The Center for Universal Education, with the support of BHP Foundation, is working with government and civil society partners in Botswana, C?te d’Ivoire, Iraq, Jordan, the Philippines and Tanzania, to experiment with new approaches to ensure children and young people continue to receive an education in the face of COVID-19.
Meet Scott, one of our Production Supervisors with BHP’s Operations Services. After almost 10 years in labour hire and contract roles around the Bowen Basin, Scott joined the team for the security and stability.
Meet Elisabeth, Siobhan, Kim, Jocelyn, Pat and Nicole are some of our women of Jasper – our LGBT+ ally (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender plus allies) employee inclusion network.
Meet Carly Chamberlain, the Kokatha Charitable Trust Secretariat Administrator, from the not-for-profit Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation (KAC) team in South Australia. With support from BHP’s Vital Resources Fund, KAC were able to equip the team with new iPhones and iPads to help them work from home and facilitate virtual meetings.
This week BHP announced a $95,800 contribution to the Emergency and Long Term Accommodation (ELAM) in Moranbah to support the Isaac Region facing challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
During this crisis, ART Catering, a small company that provides offshore catering and cleaning services to BHP has been helping us put in place many additional safety measures to minimise the risks from COVID-19.
With the support of BHP’s Vital Resources Fund, Foodbank will establish two new Food Hubs and extend its Fresh Food Friday program to provide rural school students in need with food hampers.
Through BHP’s Vital Resources Fund (VRF), Country and Outback Health have been able to fund an additional clinician, to work with people over the age of 18, and also fund the equipment they need to work and meet with their clients virtually.
After joining BHP just over four years ago, Jayde Sturges has become the first female rail track condition monitoring vehicle operator at BHP.
Read more about her journey here.