In accordance with the Australian Jobs Act 2013 (Cwlth), Woodside is committed in providing full, fair and reasonable opportunity for local Australian industry to contribute to Woodside activities and maximise local industry participation where it is capable and competitive on the basis of health, safety and environment, quality, cost and delivery.
Woodside will achieve this by imbedding internal processes that drive local industry participation, workforce development and social investment.
Woodside has a strong history of working with the Western Australian and Australian governments, local communities and other relevant stakeholders to realise opportunities from the developments that we operate and are involved.
Summaries of Woodside's existing approved Australian Industry Participation Plans for current projects can be found at:
Suppliers can register their interest in each of the developments on the individual project webpages hosted at : http://www.projectconnect.com.au/