RECONCILIATION ACTION PLAN
Acknowledgement of Country
Airmaster acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Lands where we live and work. We would also like to pay our respect to Australia’s First Peoples; and to their Elders both past and present, and we extend respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples today..
Our RAP Artwork
In acknowledgement and support of reconciliation in Australia, a canvas was taken by our RAP launch team around the Country for the addition of paintings at each ceremony. This canvas symbolises unity between branches and the Traditional Custodians in solidarity.
The circles (roundels) represents the individual state branches, painted in the Airmaster colours and surrounded by the ‘U’ shape icons that the Airmaster employees and Traditional Custodians painted themselves.
These are surrounded by pastel bands to symbolise the role that Airmaster plays in the Australian community and industries. These bands also include the old Airmaster colour scheme which represents its origins and continuity. It also symbolizes growth and maturity.
The penultimate coloured band, the oxide red, represents the Australian continent, the giver of life. Finally, the white used throughout the painting represents the spirit and the spiritual connection amongst each other, with our communities, families and the land.
Airmaster is a member of Supply Nation, an organisation that works to connect over 1900 Indigenous businesses to paid corporate, government and not-for-profit members.
With more than 430 members in every state and territory, Supply Nation has the support of some of Australia's most influential companies across many sectors and industries. Members of Supply Nation include Wesfarmers, Qantas, Microsoft, Suncorp, JLL, Lend Lease and major Government departments.
For more information, visit the Supply Nation website.
Building our Reconciliation Action Plan
To demonstrate our commitment to reconciliation with Australia’s First Peoples, Airmaster developed a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) that was formally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia in 2019.
This is Airmaster Australia’s first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), it is a Reflect RAP and is the first step on the journey to reconciliation.
We hold a firm belief in building holistic and respectful relationships with our country’s First Peoples. Our RAP has been developed to target employment opportunity, education and support for business and community driven initiatives in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. With equal importance, our RAP incorporates the opportunity for support toward our company’s employees into active relationships for cultural learning and enrichment together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, from their perspective.
The RAP outlines distinct actionable items that will help Airmaster to work towards reconciliation and is separated into four sections, Relationships, Respect, Opportunities and Governance.
The process has been one of education and enlightenment to all that have participated and brought us all together in a shared vision to build strong, meaningful and practical connections that make a real difference.
Careers and Apprenticeships
We are an industry leader with a 700 strong workforce of technicians, apprentices, engineering and support staff and offices in all states of Australia. Find out more about our career and apprentice opportunities.
Accreditations and Certifications
We are proud to be triple-certified across our nationwide branch network. Our fully certified management systems ensure we have an underlying commitment to maintain high levels of standards each and every day.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Airmaster actively supports local sporting clubs and communities through a sponsorship program. We have partnerships with local Universities through which Airmaster scholarships are awarded.