Our Vocational Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) program has celebrated another graduation in Port Hedland, with eight trainees being offered full time employment.
Following a competitive tender process, Aboriginal owned businesses Maramara, Orebody Resources and Barrooghumba WPH JV have been jointly awarded a three-year contract as providers of support mobile equipment dry-hire to Fortescue.
Fortescue recently sponsored the Actors’ Hub’s thought-provoking theatre production ‘Is There Anybody Out There?’. The play, written and directed by Amanda Crewes, takes a 360-degree view at what falling in love looks like in our modern world and the common misconceptions that can lead to family violence.
The new Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Fortescue Heli-Med Service took flight for the first time, marking a historic moment for the RFDS in Western Australia.
More than 400 care packages containing essential supplies have been distributed in the Pilbara thanks to Fortescue’s continued partnership with Woollahra.
Bree Wilkinson, Resource Definition Geologist at Eliwana, is passionate about encouraging people to be their authentic self, both in their personal lives and at work.
In support of Pride WA’s 2021 PrideFEST, Fortescue team members stepped out onto the rainbow sea of colour to join Perth’s largest ever pride parade.
Fortescue research has established one of Australia’s critically endangered birds is co-existing with mining operations in the Pilbara.
Steven Streat, Service Person at Christmas Creek, volunteers his own time to arrange the collection of used drink cans and steel items at Christmas Creek and transports them to Wheelchairs for Kids WA. Wheelchairs for Kids WA then recycles them and uses the funds to give children all over the world the gift of mobility.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to make difficult decisions including a temporary change to our roster to contain the spread of the virus. To assist some of our interstate employees, we have offered to temporarily relocate their families to allow them to remain together and be supported during these uncertain times.
Christmas Creek Superintendent Fixed Plant Planning Briohny Evans is a finalist in the Outstanding Operator/Technician/Trade Women in Resources Category at the 2020 Chamber of Mineral and Energy's Women in Resources Award.
Heavy Diesel Mechanic Apprentice Tristan Cole recently undertook a two-day hike in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, as part of an inspirational event hosted by the Clontarf Foundation.
Thirty-five members of the Fortescue Family stepped into the shoes of West Australian families with sick children, as they stayed ‘Up All Night’ to complete an overnight walking marathon to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities WA.
CEO Elizabeth Gaines shares her thoughts on Fortescue's journey and driving future growth for WA.
At Fortescue, we’re focussed on innovative thinking and setting stretch targets to achieve our goals; none more important than achieving zero harm across our workforce.
Australia’s mining industry has long been at the forefront of technology advancements, and at Fortescue we have a very proud track record of embracing innovation.
The Environment team is this year continuing Fortescue’s proud support of the Salvation Army by preparing and serving breakfast to those in need around Perth’s CBD.
The 2019 Chamber of Minerals and Energy’s Women in Resources (CME) Awards is fast approaching with Solomon Mine Control Superintendent, April Scott, announced as a finalist for the Outstanding Young Woman in Resources award.