NRW Indigenous Brochure NYFL

download NRW Indigenous Brochure NYFL

of 6

  • date post

    01-Apr-2016
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    215
  • download

    2

Embed Size (px)

description

 

Transcript of NRW Indigenous Brochure NYFL

  • Creating sustainable opportunities for the Ngarluma & YiNdjibarNdi people

  • NRW is a provider of specialist civil and mining services to the resources industry throughout Australia and beyond. Originating in the West Australian Goldfields in 1994, NRW now has numerous operations in the Pilbara and Mid-West regions of Western Australia, as well as the Northern Territory, Queensland and West Africa.

    With global resource companies such as BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group as its key client base, NRW has worked on projects such as Rio Tintos Brockman 4 Project, BHP Billitons Rapid Growth Project 5 (RGP5) and FMGs Rail Network.

    NRWs reputation, experience and relationships with clients have resulted in it being a contractor of choice in the resources industry. NRW has a strong and visible commitment to sustainable and responsible business operations - including environment, safety, quality and Indigenous affairs.

    NRW is an industry leader in its own right in Indigenous Affairs, with Indigenous employment ranging from 8.5% to 16% of the total direct employed workforce. NRWs long-term approach to Indigenous Employment and Development is expressed in its Indigenous Employment and Development Policy and is supported by innovative initiatives such as the NRW-NYFL Joint Venture.

    Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Foundation Limited (NYFL)

    NYFL was incorporated in 2000, as a result of native title and land use agreements between the North West Shelf Gas Joint Venture partners and Woodside as operator.

    Originally created as a vehicle to manage and distribute an annual payment, NYFL has since moved into other initiatives to broaden its revenue base and training, employment and business opportunities for its members.

    The NRW-NYFL Joint Venture is a prime example of the pioneering approach that the Foundation has adopted in its pursuit of creating long term economic and business development opportunities for its members. The NRW-NYFL Joint Venture is a revenue-generating business opportunity, linked to training, employment and new business development for NYFL members and their communities.

    The Objectives of the Foundation

    The Foundation was established to promote the interests of the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people by:

    Creating and operating initiatives for social, cultural, economic, business and educational development. Creating and operating initiatives for better health and well-being. Developing, maintaining and providing assistance for education, advancement and training. Preserving and enhancing the spoken languages of the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people. Developing business enterprises through the provision of assistance in evaluating business opportunities,

    the acquiring of business and management skills, and helping to develop successful business enterprises. Developing, encouraging, maintaining and supporting social development programmes.

    The Foundation invests some of its annual funds for the future and also distributes funds to NYFL members to assist in law and culture. The Foundation also contributes to sporting activities, documenting and recording of culture, language and history, funerals and compassionate support.

    NRW Civil & Mining

    NRW people are positive, practical, professional and forward-thinking in terms of the Joint Venture and more importantly, our people. Ours is a Joint Venture that is already in place and delivering results - unlike other partnerships that preclude any true sustainable benefit to Indigenous parties.

    We value our name and we value our logo. NYFL would not want either to be aligned with any partnership that does not reflect the true value of our name and our logo. Our affiliation with NRW is both tangible and rewarding to the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people and one we will endorse into the future.

    NRWs partnership with NYFL will initiate a continual improvement in Indigenous resources, expertise and capacity in the region, delivering a sustainable and profitable entity to the local Indigenous community.

    Evan Maloney, CEO of NYFL

    Mal Stewart, General Manager Civil, NRW

    NRW are genuinely committed to improving the future of Indigenous Australians, in particular those who have an association to the lands and communities in which we operate.

    Through the business, employment and development opportunities arising from the NRW-NYFL Joint Venture, we can make a lasting difference to the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people and their future generations. NYFL provides a true giving back legacy to its members and the Foundation Board members have been a visionary group to work alongside.

    NRW is honoured to be a front-runner in our industry with this sustainable and mutually rewarding model of Indigenous Partnership. We continue to look to the future and the continual improvement of Indigenous employment and development amongst the communities in which we operate.

    YindjibarndiDetermination

    Area

    NgarlumaDetermination

    Area

    Roebourne Whim Creek

    Millstream-Chichester National Park

    South Hedland

    Pannawonica

    Karratha Wickham

    PointSamsonDampier

    PERTH

    KalgoorlieEucla

    Kununurra

    Broome

    Port Hedland

    Meekatharra

    Geraldton

    Map Area

    Albany

    Ngarluma & Yindjibarndi Determination Areas

  • NRW is a provider of specialist civil and mining services to the resources industry throughout Australia and beyond. Originating in the West Australian Goldfields in 1994, NRW now has numerous operations in the Pilbara and Mid-West regions of Western Australia, as well as the Northern Territory, Queensland and West Africa.

    With global resource companies such as BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group as its key client base, NRW has worked on projects such as Rio Tintos Brockman 4 Project, BHP Billitons Rapid Growth Project 5 (RGP5) and FMGs Rail Network.

    NRWs reputation, experience and relationships with clients have resulted in it being a contractor of choice in the resources industry. NRW has a strong and visible commitment to sustainable and responsible business operations - including environment, safety, quality and Indigenous affairs.

    NRW is an industry leader in its own right in Indigenous Affairs, with Indigenous employment ranging from 8.5% to 16% of the total direct employed workforce. NRWs long-term approach to Indigenous Employment and Development is expressed in its Indigenous Employment and Development Policy and is supported by innovative initiatives such as the NRW-NYFL Joint Venture.

    Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Foundation Limited (NYFL)

    NYFL was incorporated in 2000, as a result of native title and land use agreements between the North West Shelf Gas Joint Venture partners and Woodside as operator.

    Originally created as a vehicle to manage and distribute an annual payment, NYFL has since moved into other initiatives to broaden its revenue base and training, employment and business opportunities for its members.

    The NRW-NYFL Joint Venture is a prime example of the pioneering approach that the Foundation has adopted in its pursuit of creating long term economic and business development opportunities for its members. The NRW-NYFL Joint Venture is a revenue-generating business opportunity, linked to training, employment and new business development for NYFL members and their communities.

    The Objectives of the Foundation

    The Foundation was established to promote the interests of the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people by:

    Creating and operating initiatives for social, cultural, economic, business and educational development. Creating and operating initiatives for better health and well-being. Developing, maintaining and providing assistance for education, advancement and training. Preserving and enhancing the spoken languages of the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people. Developing business enterprises through the provision of assistance in evaluating business opportunities,

    the acquiring of business and management skills, and helping to develop successful business enterprises. Developing, encouraging, maintaining and supporting social development programmes.

    The Foundation invests some of its annual funds for the future and also distributes funds to NYFL members to assist in law and culture. The Foundation also contributes to sporting activities, documenting and recording of culture, language and history, funerals and compassionate support.

    NRW Civil & Mining

    NRW people are positive, practical, professional and forward-thinking in terms of the Joint Venture and more importantly, our people. Ours is a Joint Venture that is already in place and delivering results - unlike other partnerships that preclude any true sustainable benefit to Indigenous parties.

    We value our name and we value our logo. NYFL would not want either to be aligned with any partnership that does not reflect the true value of our name and our logo. Our affiliation with NRW is both tangible and rewarding to the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people and one we will endorse into the future.

    NRWs partnership with NYFL will initiate a continual improvement in Indigenous resources, expertise and capacity in the region, delivering a sustainable and profitable entity to the local Indigenous community.

    Evan Maloney, CEO of NYFL

    Mal Stewart, General Manager Civil, NRW

    NRW are genuinely committed to improving the future of Indigenous Australians, in particular those who have an association to the lands and communities in which we operate.

    Through the business, employment and development opportunities arising from the NRW-NYFL Joint Venture, we can make a lasting difference to the Ngarlu