Relationships with our internal and external partners are the cornerstone of our organization. We foster open communication in an environment where high performance matters and potential is realized.
We share an unyielding commitment to safety excellence. We are dedicated to providing our people with the training, knowledge, and tools to work safely.
We embrace our individual and team responsibilities. We take full ownership of our actions and their outcomes.
We are committed to operating in an economic, social, and environmentally sustainable manner. Chemco’s mandate for over 50 years, has been to give back to the communities in which we live and work through volunteerism, donations, employment, and partnerships among other initiatives.
Whether through our ongoing support of dozens of charitable organizations; providing opportunities to local businesses and workers on all of our projects, Chemco strives to make a difference in the lives of those in our communities.
Strengthen Our Communities
We want to see communities thrive. Chemco works to make a lasting positive impact in the communities where we live and work.
Local Policy Commitments:
- Use skilled and contractual labour within the local area and arrange for timely training to support the skills needed for all stages of the project.
- Work with government, industry advocates, and local business communities to improve the capability and competitiveness of local businesses.
- Provide information to local business at an early stage about supply opportunities, pre-qualification, and tendering requirements.
- Identify, promote, and support opportunities for the participation of Aboriginal workers and Aboriginal businesses, without compromising safety, project risk, or competitiveness
- Consider local capabilities during development of procurement strategies and contract work scopes to enhance local content, without compromising safety, project risk, or competitiveness
- All sub trades invited to tender are given equal opportunity to participate under the same terms, conditions, and standards
- Commercially evaluate competitive bids with due consideration to direct and indirect cost factors such as price, quality, safety, environment, health, security, delivery, service, and whole of life costs
- Local content is an evaluation criteria and preference is given to bidders who maximize local content in both labour and materials, where comparative bids are assessed as being commercially competitive and technically acceptable