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WorleyParsons Corporate Responsibility Performance Report 2017

The WorleyParsons 2017 Corporate Responsibility Performance Report is now available. The report provides an overview of corporate responsibility-related performance for the period 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017 and serves to demonstrate our commitment to supporting the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).

This past year 22,800 Group personnel, from over 81 nationalities, participated in corporate responsibility activities across 42 countries of operations, with achievements:

Safety performance. Our safety performance continues to deliver industry leading results. We are one of few companies in our industry that has been able to deliver an improved safety performance during this period of disruption. You will read examples of our performance in health, safety and environment (HSE) within this report. Page 48

Diversity performance. During the period WorleyParsons exceeded its FY2020 target for women senior executives with 26% of senior executives being women.  We commit to realize this target at all levels of the organization. We also measure broader diversity across our leadership teams and have seen an improvement this year, although there is still more to do in some parts of the business. Page 49

Volunteering performance. Empowering our people to participate in skilled volunteering has resulted in positive impacts both in the communities where we operate and in our workplace. This financial year, the WorleyParsons Foundation has delivered the largest numbers of supported projects with opportunities for our people to volunteer their skills. Over 6,800 Group personnel participated in over 350 corporate responsibility activities across 22 countries. Our people have completed over 115,000 volunteering hours since 2012 and over 15,000 hours in FY2017.  This is an admirable achievement and I am proud of all our people who have given their time and skills to help their communities. Page 59

Environmental performance. This year we exceeded our FY2016 energy target for carbon emissions and continue to report for the Carbon Disclosure Project. We have started working with customers to understand the implications of the Paris Climate Agreement, including the impact on climate related financial and risk disclosures. For the first time Engineering News Record (ENR) ranked WorleyParsons in the top 200 environmental firms globally. Page 43

To learn more about WorleyParsons Corporate Responsibility achievements, targets and to view the entire report, visit: 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report (PDF).

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