Clough Foundation

Target Zero

Environment

We strive to deliver environmentally sustainable outcomes during all stages of our projects. We value sustainable development and believe respect for the environment and the community in which we operate is fundamental to business success.

At Clough, employees and contractors show their commitment to minimising environment and social impacts and promoting sustainable development by:

  • Sharing a belief in a culture of zero harm where harm to people or the environment is unacceptable;
  • Stopping work where an activity could harm the environment or community;
  • Planning and performing activities to achieve zero harm outcomes; and
  • Understanding their roles, responsibilities and behaviours expected of them.

Learn more about our environmental commitment in our Environmental, Sustainability & Community Policy.

MAP Program

What is the Major Accident Prevention (MAP) program?

Safety is a value on which we never compromise. While Clough’s safety performance is significantly better than the global contracting industry average, we continue to work towards a workplace that is incident and injury free by driving safety leadership accountability and developing our people.

Clough’s Major Accident Prevention (MAP) brings offshore safety case principles to the onshore construction environment. By analysing activities with potential for major accidents or events, and implementing critical controls, MAP provides lifesaving tools to provide real-time, line of sight management of potential major hazards.

Learn more about the MAP Program here.

RAP

Reconciliation Action Plan

Since Clough’s early beginnings, the importance of working to create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People has been identified and supported through career and mentorship programs, supply chain initiatives, and the Clough Foundation, however, it was recognised that Clough, needed to do more.

With that in mind, in 2019 Clough officially developed and committed to introducing its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

Clough’s first RAP was endorsed by Reconciliation Australia in February 2020 in an Innovate framework. Our efforts to date, while modest in comparison to what we plan to achieve by implementing this RAP, provide a solid foundation on which we can build.

Since the implementation of the RAP, Clough has successfully delivered a range of indigenous engagement initiatives.

See Clough’s Innovate RAP here.
See Clough’s RAP Annual Report 2021 here.


OUR VISION FOR RECONCILIATION

“Our vision is to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples by providing employment, education and business opportunities and to create a workplace that understands and values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.”


The artist behind the artwork

Clough’s RAP cover art was produced by Joella Flanagan. Joella is 16 years old and in Year 10 at Southern River College. Joella is half Yamtji and half Noongar.

She is inspired by her Nan and Pop. Joella’s hobbies include art and sports, in particular basketball. When she has finished school, she hopes to get into mining whilst creating art in her spare time.

“My painting shows the point of different cultures crossing all barriers to meet each other. We should all give a ‘hand’ to each other,” Joella Flanagan, artist. 

Environment

We strive to deliver environmentally sustainable outcomes during all stages of our projects. We value sustainable development and believe respect for the environment and the community in which we operate is fundamental to business success.

At Clough, employees and contractors show their commitment to minimising environment and social impacts and promoting sustainable development by:

  • Sharing a belief in a culture of zero harm where harm to people or the environment is unacceptable;
  • Stopping work where an activity could harm the environment or community;
  • Planning and performing activities to achieve zero harm outcomes; and
  • Understanding their roles, responsibilities and behaviours expected of them.

Learn more about our environmental commitment in our Environmental, Sustainability & Community Policy.

What is the Major Accident Prevention (MAP) program?

Safety is a value on which we never compromise. While Clough’s safety performance is significantly better than the global contracting industry average, we continue to work towards a workplace that is incident and injury free by driving safety leadership accountability and developing our people.

Clough’s Major Accident Prevention (MAP) brings offshore safety case principles to the onshore construction environment. By analysing activities with potential for major accidents or events, and implementing critical controls, MAP provides lifesaving tools to provide real-time, line of sight management of potential major hazards.

Learn more about the MAP Program here.

Reconciliation Action Plan

Since Clough’s early beginnings, the importance of working to create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People has been identified and supported through career and mentorship programs, supply chain initiatives, and the Clough Foundation, however, it was recognised that Clough, needed to do more.

With that in mind, in 2019 Clough officially developed and committed to introducing its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

Clough’s first RAP was endorsed by Reconciliation Australia in February 2020 in an Innovate framework. Our efforts to date, while modest in comparison to what we plan to achieve by implementing this RAP, provide a solid foundation on which we can build.

Since the implementation of the RAP, Clough has successfully delivered a range of indigenous engagement initiatives.

See Clough’s Innovate RAP here.
See Clough’s RAP Annual Report 2021 here.


OUR VISION FOR RECONCILIATION

“Our vision is to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples by providing employment, education and business opportunities and to create a workplace that understands and values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.”


The artist behind the artwork

Clough’s RAP cover art was produced by Joella Flanagan. Joella is 16 years old and in Year 10 at Southern River College. Joella is half Yamtji and half Noongar.

She is inspired by her Nan and Pop. Joella’s hobbies include art and sports, in particular basketball. When she has finished school, she hopes to get into mining whilst creating art in her spare time.

“My painting shows the point of different cultures crossing all barriers to meet each other. We should all give a ‘hand’ to each other,” Joella Flanagan, artist.