Pacific Hydro is dedicated to promoting a strong health and safety culture, looking after our employees, and developing mutual trust and respect with the local communities in which we operate.
Our aim is to develop an inclusive and diverse workplace that is underpinned by a strong health and safety culture across all our operations.
This means complying with all applicable occupational health and safety laws, as well as internal standards and procedures, and providing ongoing health and safety training and initiatives that involve all employees throughout the organisation.
Our employees are given the opportunity to develop their careers through training, external studies and secondments. We promote an environment where our people feel valued and respected and where all employees are treated fairly and equally.
Pacific Hydro works closely with communities throughout the entire lifecycle of a project. We aim to develop mutual trust and respect with communities through honest and open communication.
The support of our communities is vital. We engage with local communities through every stage of project development, construction and operations and encourage local initiatives through our community investment programs, which aim to make a lasting difference to communities.
Actions are undertaken in line with our Community Charter, a guiding framework through which community-related decisions can be made.