Committed to people and communities
The Perth Mint is committed to the wellbeing of our people and the communities in which we operate. Priorities include ethical, sustainable supply chains and the safety and wellbeing of employees and stakeholders.
Our voluntary Modern Slavery Statement details the importance of eliminating the risk of modern slavery across our business and supply chains and the actions we are taking to assess, address and remediate these risks.
We aim to keep all precious metals and other material in our value chain free of the risk of money laundering, terrorist financing and human rights abuses.
Safety and wellbeing
The health and safety of all our employees and stakeholders is core to our values. Safety is our number one priority. One of the initiatives in our corporate strategy is to drive improved safety across all our sites. We set ambitious targets to reduce our annual Significant Incident Frequency Rate (SIFR) to less than one and our annual Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) to less than two.
We aim to foster an organisation driven by our people who are motivated to work with us because of our culture of accountability and transparency and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Diversity in numbers
- 47% of employees are female
- average age of employees is 43
- 8.6% of employees are younger than 25 years
- 37% of employees are older than 45 years
- 2% of employees identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
- 8.3% of employees with disability
- 33.1% of employees are from culturally and linguistically diverse background
Stamping out racism
We have partnered with the Australian Human rights Commission on the Racism. It Stops With Me campaign. The national campaign acknowledges that racism unfortunately still exists in Australia and urges a united voice against prejudice and discrimination. We are proud to support this campaign and be part of the movement that is taking a stand against racism.