First Nations

First Nations

Enviropacific recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples as the Traditional Custodians of Australia and their connection to waters, land, and culture – a rich and diverse history.

We acknowledge the low level of participation in our industry by people with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and are taking proactive measures to increase participation in our business to match community expectations. Our business takes us into many communities and we believe that we work best, and that we will be most successful, when our workforce is representative of the diversity of the communities in which we work. 

Our REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan

Enviropacific is on the journey of reconciliation with our inaugural Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Our aim through this RAP is for reconciliation to be fully embedded into our business to foster a culturally safe environment for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Equally, we are able to deepen our understanding of our sphere of influence to contribute to the progress of Australia’s reconciliation journey.   

In setting out on our RAP, we seek to be passionate, genuine and impactful in our efforts to recognise that any meaningful role we have in supporting reconciliation is through our people, our projects and our expertise. 

Download the Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

Message from our CEO, David Tucker

Enviropacific recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples as the Traditional Custodians of Australia and their connection to waters, land, and culture – a rich and diverse history.

There is a strong connection with our purpose of making our environments safer and communities sustainable and the historic and cultural connections Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples have to waters and land across Australia.

In setting out on our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), we seek to be passionate, genuine and impactful in our efforts. To recognise that any meaningful role we have in supporting reconciliation is through our people, our projects and our expertise.

David Tucker
CEO – Enviropacific


REFLECT RAP Artwork

Our beautiful artwork was created by Aboriginal artist Kylie Hill, a proud Kalkadoon and Waanyi woman from Mount Isa in North Queensland. Kylie has been painting for over three decades and her biggest inspiration is to connect with people through art and showcase her culture.

Our artwork serves as a tribute to our rich First Nations culture, as we embrace this heritage and build respectful relationships.

At the core of the painting lies the meeting place, symbolising the connections we forge and the unity we celebrate. It stands as a testament to the power and potential of collaboration and the coming together of individuals and communities.
 

First Nations Working Group

Matthew Boyle

General Manager – Sustainability

David Wilson

Operations Manager WA/NT (Chairperson)

Daniel McConnell

Operations Manager ACT/Riverina

Will Magnus

National Pre-Contracts Manager

Vanessa Nunn

Project Manager

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