To harness the full potential of our employees we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace where all our people feel that they belong, are valued, respected and have access to opportunities and resources.

We want our employees to bring their ‘true self’ to work and feel they are valued, respected and given equal access to opportunities and resources.

Our priorities are to:

  • Ensure people with disability have the same opportunities as others to join and participate in our workforce
  • Facilitate the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into our workforce
  • Enable all employees access to flexible work arrangements achieve a gender balance, which includes attracting women into trades
  • Understand the factors influencing the employment of people from diverse groups

Disability inclusion

Employing people with disability strengthens our already diverse workforce. We are committed to enabling people with disability to participate fully in all aspects of employment wherever possible.

Our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan was developed based on research and consultation with employees, customers, stakeholders and disability service providers. It provides the framework to identify access and inclusion barriers and to implement strategies to overcome these barriers.


JobAccess is the national hub for workplace and employment information for people with disability, employers and service providers. If you are a person with a disability, JobAccess can help you find jobs, expand your workplace skills and more.

Reasonable adjustment

We aim to remove barriers for people with disability by offering reasonable adjustment. Adjustment refers to the administrative, environmental, or procedural alterations required to enable a person with disability to work effectively and undertake the requirements of their current or prospective role.

Based on individual needs, reasonable adjustments may include:

  • Provision of appropriate equipment or assistance to ensure there is no barrier in the selection process
  • Job redesign
  • Providing additional, training, mentoring, supervision or support providing essential information in suitable formats
  • Modifications to equipment or the supply of specialised equipment, furniture or work-related aids
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Alterations to premises or work areas