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In Fitzroy Crossing (WA), Leedal and IBA are creating employment and training opportunities for local Aboriginal people at the Fitzroy River Lodge.

Effectively managing its resources – be they human, financial, cultural or technical – can assist an organisation to achieve its purpose and business objectives.

The following resources are designed to supplement existing policies and processes of Indigenous organisations engaged in investment opportunities with IBA.

Governance, shareholdings and asset management

Operational instruction or procedure 

Sample document

Mapping the structure and relationships within an organisation.

Recording the allocation of shares held in an organisation (where applicable).

Identifying, recording and maintaining your business assets.

Recording the details of all insurance policies held by an organisation.

Human resources

Operational instruction or procedure 

Sample document

Collecting information on job applicants.

For use in conjunction with an Application for Employment.

Evaluating and comparing candidates applying for employment with an organisation.

Assisting new staff members to commence employment.

Recording the personal and contact details for each employee.

Developing an internal Indigenous Employment Strategy.

Managing relationships with external subcontractors.

Managing risks to staff associated with driving to or within remote areas.

Managing risks to staff associated with work-related travel.

Clarifying rights and responsibilities of employees in relation to sexual harassment in the workplace.

Clarifying rights and responsibilities of employees in relation to basic workplace health.

Ensuring equal employment opportunities are provided within an organisation.

Health Safety Environment (HSE)

Operational instruction or procedure 

Sample document

Clarifying roles and responsibilities of key staff in relation to HSE issues.

Outlining the aims and commitments of an organisation to HSE issues affecting staff, the general public (where applicable), and the environment.

Identifying the HSE issues an organisation may face and strategies for reducing and/or managing such risks.

Recording past and future HSE training for employees.

Managing both planned and unexpected changes and reducing subsequent HSW risks.

Outlining the process for dealing with workplace grievances raised by or affecting employees.

Detailing all licenses and qualifications held by company directors and employees.

Outlines expectations regarding staff use of an organisation’s vehicles.

Records the maintenance history and service requirements for all on-site electrical equipment.

Records the maintenance history and service requirements for all on-site plant equipment.

We welcome your feedback

IBA aims to ensure that these resources remain relevant and meaningful for our Indigenous investment partners and stakeholders. If you have any feedback please email us.

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