Brookfield Rail’s freight rail network spans over 5,500km across the southern half of Western Australia, with around 50% of the company’s workforce living and working in regional communities.
Brookfield Rail Manager Corporate Affairs Melanie Henley said as an active employer and contributor to regional communities, the award aligned with Brookfield Rail’s own commitment to community engagement.
“We understand the importance of engaging with the local community to foster and strengthen relationships, share ideas and learnings, collaborate to resolve common issues and ultimately support growth and development of the region,” Ms Henley said.
“Each of the finalists for the Community Engagement Award has displayed a genuine and concerted effort to engage, and collaborate with, their community to ensure they are not only delivering the highest level of service, but are working to make their town a better place to live.”
Ms Henley presented the Community Engagement Award to winners Benjamin Teo and Alicia Goh from Pharmacy 777 Carnarvon, and commended them and the award finalists for their commitment to their local communities.
“Since taking ownership of the pharmacy in 2014, Benjamin and Alicia have gone above and beyond in their work to enhance the quality of life of the Carnarvon community,” Ms Henley said.
“Brookfield Rail would like to congratulate Pharmacy 777 Carnarvon and all finalists on their outstanding achievement.”
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