Indigenous engagement

BMD proudly acknowledges the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people in our workforce.

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With extensive experience working in regional and remote areas and within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, our policies, plans, initiatives and training programs reflect our commitment to equal opportunity and we are proud of our diverse workforce and their contribution to our business.

As part of 2017 NAIDOC Week celebrations, BMD proudly launched the organisation’s first Reconciliation Action Plan. The July 2017 to December 2018 Reflect plan formally builds on BMD’s existing commitment to integrating reconciliation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples into our values, purpose and business strategy which will further enable BMD to contribute to the shaping of Australia’s future.

The plan includes clear and realistic targets focused on three core elements – Relationships, Respect and Opportunities for all BMD employees to contribute towards the organisation’s reconciliation approach.

BMD recognises that our clients also see reconciliation as a priority and we look forward to working closely with them, as well as key partners and suppliers to exceed our reconciliation targets and deliver exceptional outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

The artwork by Birrbay Artist Angela Marr-Grogan, titled ‘Wakulda’ was commissioned for the Reconciliation Action Plan. The artwork represents BMD’s collaborative approach in reconciliation through community consultation, creating partnerships and respecting country.

BMD's Reconciliation Action Plan

BMD is proud to launch our first Reconciliation Action Plan. The Reflect plan formally builds on our existing commitment to integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples into our values and business strategy which will further enable us to contribute to the shaping of Australia’s future.

Read BMD's Reconciliation Action Plan