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Part of the communities we serve

We care about the welfare of people across our supply chain as well as our organisation

Committed to people and communities

The Perth Mint is committed to the wellbeing of its people and to the communities in which it operates.

We align to globally recognised charters for human rights including the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.

Our priorities include ethical and sustainable supply chains and the safety and wellbeing of our employees and stakeholders.

Ethical and sustainable supply chain

We have taken the following steps as part of our goal of becoming the industry leader in sustainability.

  • Released a Modern Slavery Statement
  • Introduced modern slavery training
  • Reviewed our Human Rights Policy
  • Reviewed and uplifted counterparty due diligence
  • Held onsite audits with mine sites in high and very high jurisdictions
  • Established an Enterprise Risk Committee
  • Adopted indigenous procurement
  • Engaged with stakeholders on a sustainable supply chain.

Facing up to modern slavery

As a government trading enterprise, we are not required to submit mandatory reporting under the Modern Slavery Act 2018. However, we voluntarily publish a Modern Slavery Statement. It 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. 

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Supply chain accountability

We continue to review and uplift internal policies and procedures to ensure accountability in the supply chain management, risk assessments and aligned policies including obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006.

Areas considered in risk assessments include human rights, environmental impact, mining activity and materials sourced from artisanal or small-scale mining touch points.

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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.

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We are a proud ReconciliationWA partner.

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Safety and wellbeing

The health and safety of all our employees and stakeholders is core to our values. Safety is our number one priority. This means both physical as well as mental safety and wellbeing.

The refinery and East Perth sites recorded zero lost time injuries in 2020/21.

The East Perth site has recorded more than 500 lost-time injury-free days and continues to reduce the number of medical treatment injuries.

 

Group HSE statistics 2020-21

Location

Lost time injury frequency rate

Lost time injury frequency rate target

Total recordable injury frequency rate

Total recordable injury frequency rate target

Location

Refinery

Lost time injury frequency rate

0

Lost time injury frequency rate target

0

Total recordable injury frequency rate

5.77

Total recordable injury frequency rate target

<10

Location

East Perth

Lost time injury frequency rate

0

Lost time injury frequency rate target

0

Total recordable injury frequency rate

5.91

Total recordable injury frequency rate target

<10

Location

Group

Lost time injury frequency rate

0

Lost time injury frequency rate target

0

Total recordable injury frequency rate

5.88

Total recordable injury frequency rate target

<10

Injuries - 12-month rolling

Location

Lost time injury

Restricted work injury

Medical treatment injury

Refinery

0

1

0

East Perth

0

4

0

Combined

0

5

0

Our people

We continue to invest in employee diversity, inclusion and engagement and community relations, as these are integral to who we are at The Perth Mint.

The release of our Reconciliation Action Plan was followed up with formal raising of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags and smoking ceremonies at our Hay Street and refinery sites. These moving ceremonies symbolised the start of our reconciliation journey and were open to all staff to attend.

Diversity in numbers

  • 44% of employees are female
  • 50% of employees reporting directly to the CEO are women
  • 22% of Board members are female
  • 7% of employees are younger than 25 years
  • 42% of employees are older than 45 years

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Inclusive culture

  • 3% of employees identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • 9% of employees have a d of disability or impairment
  • 9% of employees identify as LGBTIQA+
  • 36% of employees are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds

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