Clough Foundation

Target Zero

Our Target Zero values are:

  • Commitment – To a culture of Zero Harm, where any incident or injury is unacceptable.
  • Empowerment – Every employee has the right and duty to stop work if they believe an activity is unsafe, or could cause harm to the environment or community, especially when a change has occurred.
  • Team work – Together we will plan and perform any activity to achieve Zero Harm, cost and schedule objectives.
  • Accountability – We all contribute to the support and delivery of our projects, therefore we are accountable for making Zero Harm a reality.

Environment

We strive to deliver environmentally sustainable outcomes during all stages of our projects. We value sustainable development and believe respect for the environment and the community in which we operate is fundamental to business success.

At Clough, employees and contractors show their commitment to minimising environment and social impacts and promoting sustainable development by:

  • Sharing a belief in a culture of zero harm where harm to people or the environment is unacceptable;
  • Stopping work where an activity could harm the environment or community;
  • Planning and performing activities to achieve zero harm outcomes; and
  • Understanding their roles, responsibilities and behaviours expected of them.

For more on our environmental commitment click here (Environmental, Sustainability & Community Policy)

Scholarships

Scholarships and Industry Participation

Clough Scholars:

Initially established by Harold Clough in 1969, the Clough Scholars program honours the academic achievements of some of Western Australia’s brightest young engineers studying in the two-year Engineering Masters program at the University of Western Australia (UWA).

Since 1969 Clough has awarded over 200 engineering scholarships as part of this program, with past winners present in leadership positions in government, business and the resources industry sector.

MBA Scholarship:

The Clough MBA Scholarship provides one of the University of Western Australia’s most promising Full Time Master of Business Administration student a scholarship to complete their studies. This annual scholarship was established in 2015.

MAP Program

What is the Major Accident Prevention (MAP) program?

Safety is a value on which we never compromise. While Clough’s safety performance is significantly better than the global contracting industry average, we continue to work towards a workplace that is incident and injury free by driving safety leadership accountability and developing our people.

Clough’s Major Accident Prevention (MAP) brings offshore safety case principles to the onshore construction environment. By analysing activities with potential for major accidents or events, and implementing critical controls, MAP provides lifesaving tools to provide real-time, line of sight management of potential major hazards.

Learn more about the MAP Program here.

Our Target Zero values are:

  • Commitment – To a culture of Zero Harm, where any incident or injury is unacceptable.
  • Empowerment – Every employee has the right and duty to stop work if they believe an activity is unsafe, or could cause harm to the environment or community, especially when a change has occurred.
  • Team work – Together we will plan and perform any activity to achieve Zero Harm, cost and schedule objectives.
  • Accountability – We all contribute to the support and delivery of our projects, therefore we are accountable for making Zero Harm a reality.

Environment

We strive to deliver environmentally sustainable outcomes during all stages of our projects. We value sustainable development and believe respect for the environment and the community in which we operate is fundamental to business success.

At Clough, employees and contractors show their commitment to minimising environment and social impacts and promoting sustainable development by:

  • Sharing a belief in a culture of zero harm where harm to people or the environment is unacceptable;
  • Stopping work where an activity could harm the environment or community;
  • Planning and performing activities to achieve zero harm outcomes; and
  • Understanding their roles, responsibilities and behaviours expected of them.

For more on our environmental commitment click here (Environmental, Sustainability & Community Policy)

Scholarships and Industry Participation

Clough Scholars:

Initially established by Harold Clough in 1969, the Clough Scholars program honours the academic achievements of some of Western Australia’s brightest young engineers studying in the two-year Engineering Masters program at the University of Western Australia (UWA).

Since 1969 Clough has awarded over 200 engineering scholarships as part of this program, with past winners present in leadership positions in government, business and the resources industry sector.

MBA Scholarship:

The Clough MBA Scholarship provides one of the University of Western Australia’s most promising Full Time Master of Business Administration student a scholarship to complete their studies. This annual scholarship was established in 2015.

What is the Major Accident Prevention (MAP) program?

Safety is a value on which we never compromise. While Clough’s safety performance is significantly better than the global contracting industry average, we continue to work towards a workplace that is incident and injury free by driving safety leadership accountability and developing our people.

Clough’s Major Accident Prevention (MAP) brings offshore safety case principles to the onshore construction environment. By analysing activities with potential for major accidents or events, and implementing critical controls, MAP provides lifesaving tools to provide real-time, line of sight management of potential major hazards.

Learn more about the MAP Program here.