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Our commitment

CSBP Fertilisers, a Wesfarmers company, is committed to creating a workforce that is diverse, and a workplace that is inclusive. Our Aboriginal engagement and employment strategy requires the building of relationships and respect, and the creation of opportunities.

Strategy pillars



Establish and maintain meaningful relationships with our Aboriginal employees, customers and contractors, as well as the people living in the communities in which we operate



Develop awareness of Aboriginal culture and to build an organisational culture that is welcoming and inclusive of Aboriginal peoples and suppliers.



Create an environment where sustainable employment for Aboriginal people is a reality. This is not only about creating jobs, it is about getting people work ready.

Acknowledgement of country

Do you know? 

  • What is an Acknowledgement of Country and how is it different to a Welcome to Country?
  • When do we do an Acknowledgement of Country?
  • What do I say?
  • Why is it important to do an Acknowledgement of Country?

These videos feature Kwinana Aboriginal community member Jonathan Ford Jnr and his father Jonathan Ford, Kwinana Aboriginal Community member and CEO of Moorditj Koort, together with Li Unewisse, General Manager, HR, HSEQ & Communications. 

Engaging the Kwinana community 

Our workforce in Kwinana is substantial and the Aboriginal population in this area is significantly higher than the national average. Consequently, our focus is for meaningful involvement in the Kwinana community.

Members of our local community contributed to the production of the videos on this page. Vector animation is the work of an emerging artist, Tyrown Waigana.

Frequently asked questions

This video explains what an Acknowledgement of Country is, when and how to do one and highlights the importance of doing them.

We hope that after watching you’ll feel comfortable with doing your own Acknowledgement of Country.

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