Social Responsibility

“We are socially responsible and respect our communities.”


Inoteq understands the environmental, social, and economic impact of our activities. We recognise it is our responsibility to conduct our business in a transparent and ethical manner that supports our goals for client service, community involvement, environmental performance, financial strength and employee health, safety, and wellbeing.

Recognising that sustainable best practices have changed and will continue to evolve, Inoteq strives to serve as ambassadors for environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Through the utilisation of our technical expertise, Inoteq strives to create a healthy, prosperous and sustainable future for our people, clients and the environment.

Active Community Partner

Inoteq’s commitment to community is entrenched in the belief that service is an essential part of good corporate citizenship. We participate in and sponsor a variety of programs which support local engagement, health and welfare, and improving the viability of local communities.

During 2019 – 2020 our Construction division worked with the Shire of Halls Creek to supply and operate our Camp Facility for a civil roadworks program. The Shire expanded the roadworks program to undertake work for Main Roads WA where the camp was required to meet Main Roads WA and Federal Safety Commission accreditation. This required Inoteq to be flexible and ready to meet the new standards and practices involved to ensure we could assist the Shire’s effort in expanding the roadworks program.

Additionally, during this time, Inoteq assisted the Shire of Halls Creek with the take-up of Aboriginal trainees in the roadworks program, supporting and assisting the trainees through their licensing, machine ticketing and camp integration process.

Inoteq’s involvement and relationships with businesses operating within the Biosecurity Designated area of the Kimberly and relationship with the WA Police Force, meant that during the COVID-19 restrictions, we were successfully granted permission to enter the Biosecurity Designated Area of the Kimberly, under special permissions for essential services. This permission was granted to only a select number of businesses operating within the region and allowed for Inoteq to continue with its ongoing commitments with the Shire and others during the COVID-19 restrictions.

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