INDIGENOUS INCLUSION POLICY
Bravo Target Safety is committed to Indigenous inclusion through strong relationships, open communication and sustainable business partnerships.
The majority of Bravo Target’s work is conducted on Indigenous traditional territories. Bravo recognizes First Nation, Inuit and Metis Indigenous Rights under the Constitution of Canada and respects their connection with the land and its natural resources.
Bravo is committed to the implementation of its Indigenous Policy in the following ways:
- Respecting the various cultural practices, beliefs and needs of Indigenous communities.
- Enacting a policy of inclusion whenever possible.
- Providing Indigenous individuals with long term meaningful employment and training opportunities.
- Reducing any negative environmental impacts on all Indigenous lands by being stewards of the lands.
- Adhering to the highest health and safety standards for all Indigenous workers, sub-contractors and vendors.
- Supporting the growth and development of other Indigenous businesses through joint involvement in various projects.
CURRENT INDIGENOUS PARTNERS
Bravo Target Safety has developed formal relationships with Indigenous community-owned businesses with the goal of providing long-term socio-economic benefits.
Acden is one of Canada’s largest Aboriginal corporations providing the essential services for operators, constructors and producers of resource, energy, environmental and construction projects. In operation since 1994, Acden is celebrating 25 years in the industry. To learn more about Acden and their services please visit acden.com
Enoch Cree Nation is a proud First Nation situated in Treaty No. 6 Territory in central Alberta, Canada, bordering the city of Edmonton’s west side. Bravo Target Safety has partnered with Enoch Construction Limited to provide industrial safety services to clients in Central Alberta. enochnation.ca