Corporate Social Responsibility is embedded in the values shared by our business and our communities: it is about our ability to empower individuals within our company and communities to be their best. At the centre of our approach is a belief that by building a strong business, we can create economic opportunities and contribute to thriving communities.
Setting high standards by championing safety, embracing diversity and demonstrating integrity
Creating positive social change by building local communities, empowering Aboriginal people and eradicating modern slavery in our supply chain
Integrity is a fundamental Fortescue value and we work hard to maintain open and transparent relationships with our stakeholders.
This report represents our ongoing commitment to reporting progress towards the principles of the United Nations Global Compact and is informed by the Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability Reporting Guidelines.
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The Big Issue empowers vendors by creating opportunities to earn a meaningful income and to reconnect with the community.
The 2019 Chamber of Minerals and Energy’s Women in Resources (CME) Awards is fast approaching with Solomon Mine Control Superintendent, April Scott, announced as a finalist for the Outstanding Young Woman in Resources award.
Linda O’Farrell, GM Fortescue People, shares her thoughts on the importance of training the next generation of the mining workforce
When Mining Operator at Christmas Creek, Stephen Froome, learned of wife Nola’s diagnosis of breast cancer, he wanted to do as much as he could to be there to support her through her treatment and recovery.