Social value is part of Winslow’s DNA
and diversity is an integral part of
Winslow’s history, culture and identity.
Examples of Winslow's varied social value touch points.
Our positive community legacy is the outcome of us living out our values and being true to our Business Pillars. The positive impact we make to our communities is what drives us – jobs for local people, ongoing work post project, sustainable infrastructure, positive social impact.
As a standard practice and as part of our social value process Winslow promotes and supports Aboriginal/Indigenous businesses by considering enterprises of Aboriginal/Indigenous background and accredited by Kinaway and Supply Nation. We support through both direct and indirect employment and through business spend
The following principles provide a greater understanding of our social value approach (which also includes alignment with the Victorian Government Social Value Framework).
Cast the net widely to maximise social value expenditure and inclusive employment outcomes to priority cohorts within the communities in which we work and creating project specific opportunities.
Incorporate social and sustainable outcomes that benefit the community into our value-for-money considerations when engaging with suppliers.
Support the growth and development of the Social and Indigenous business by committing to providing equal opportunity for all suppliers to bid for projects we are delivering.
Encourage our supply chain to deliver sustainable and social outcomes by embedding these principles into our selection criteria when engaging subcontractors.
Educating and supporting our subcontractors to create opportunities for Social and Indigenous businesses
Wherever possible, leverage existing Government programs to support the delivery of our social procurement delivery.
Adhere to our Social Procurement Policy and maintain a governance framework to oversee the implementation of our social procurement, assess the impact of our approach and ensure that we continue to adapt to market, project and community requirements to deliver maximum value.