Fortescue opposes all forms of slavery and forced labour in its operations and the operations of its suppliers.
Minderoo Foundation, one of Australia’s largest philanthropic groups, today announced the launch of a $100 million Minderoo Ocean Research initiative to help study and protect global marine life.
Fortescue Environment Advisor Olivia Hertsted recently participated in a six-week secondment with East Kimberley Job Pathways, as part of Fortescue’s partnership with the Jawun program.
The WA Parks Foundation and Fortescue Metals Group announced a new partnership to inspire and help people from all backgrounds to connect back with nature.
On International Women's Day, CEO Elizabeth Gaines shares her thoughts on the importance of diversity in the workplace.
On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we meet a mother-daughter duo who believe in the benefits that diversity can bring to STEM industries.
At Fortescue, we are lucky to have a wetland of national significance right on our doorstep.
To be the best company we can be, we need the very best ideas across every part of our business.
Fortescue’s chaplaincy program is available 24 hours a day to Fortescue team members, contractors, their partners and dependent children.
Supporting and investing in sustainable Aboriginal businesses is at the heart of our approach to ensuring Aboriginal communities benefit from the growth and development of our business.
On R U OK? Day, Fortescue is encouraging all team members to join people across Australia to check in with their family, friends, workmates or anyone who may be struggling with life.
Twenty-four Fortescue team members will abseil 220 metres from the top of Perth's tallest building to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Perth.
Kellie Gesah is a Mine Controller for Cloudbreak at the new Integrated Operations Centre in Perth.
Ten art students from Roebourne District High School travelled to Solomon to complete an Indigenous mural on the rear tray of an autonomous haul truck.
Fortescue's new partnership with the Jawun program has seen the first secondees travel to the East Kimberley region.
In May 2017, Fortescue made a submission to the Federal Government’s Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade’s inquiry into whether Australia should adopt a modern slavery act.