GR Engineering is committed to playing a constructive role in the communities in which it operates.
We actively encourage and support our employees in their efforts to raise funds for charities through participation in events such as:
Rottnest Channel Swim
Perth City to Surf
Give Jeans a Chance
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
Nissan Corporate Triathlon
Ride to Conquer Cancer
GR Engineering is also proud of its continued support of the following charitable organisations:
Starlight Children's Foundation
GR Engineering is participating in the Safety for Starlight program that rewards safe workplace culture and celebrates the importance of incident free safety in our offices and work sites. GR Engineering has aligned a fundraising element to the success of achieving safety business objectives and KPI's by committing a daily donation to the Starlight Children's Foundation per LTI free day achieved in accordance with GR Engineering safety policies.
GR Engineering supports Food Rescue WA by purchasing and contributing to the operation of a refrigerated food recovery and delivery van. Together with GR Engineering, Food Rescue helps feed over 5,500 people each week.
GR Engineering has been participating in the Australian Government AusAid Program. The objective of the AusAid program is to assist developing countries reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development, in line with Australia's national interest.
Training has been delivered in conjunction with MARCSTA and Curtin University, and has been presented to international delegations from Africa attending the Mining Regulation and Management Course. Training focuses on health, safety and risk management standards and processes utilised in the Australian Mining Industry.
GR Engineering is committed to playing a constructive role in the communities in which it operates. Our overseas project personnel have implemented training programs to educate the local workforce on the importance of correct safe work procedures and practices.