Inclusion – Diversity – Closing the Gap

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Inclusion and Diversity

At Warwick Firearms we work towards employing, a wide range of people that can unlock the enormous potential that diverse and inclusive teams bring to the workplace,

  • Inclusive and diverse teams working together are safer and more productive, because people in these teams feel safe to speak up, share their ideas and different points of view, to solve problems with better decisions.
  • Inclusive and diverse teams are more engaged because they bring multiple views, backgrounds, and experiences to the workplace, which are respected and valued by their peers and leaders. We believe:
  • If we are to attract and retain the best people, these inclusive procedures must be in place.
  • Work should be flexible, accessible and inclusive so that everyone feels valued, empowered and excited to be part of Warwick Firearms.

We do not discriminate on grounds of gender, race, age, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, intersex status, physical or mental disability, mental health condition, relationship status, religion, political opinion and industry/union affiliations, pregnancy, breastfeeding or family responsibilities, or other attributes protected at law.

To bring these ideas into common practice we all have a part to play.

We employ, develop, and promote based on people´s strengths and we do not tolerate any form of discrimination, bullying, harassment or victimisation.

Closing the Grap

Warwick Firearms is aware of the principles and the 17 targets outlined in the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.

Warwick Firearms acknowledges we walk in the footsteps of the Bunurong/Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Peoples, and are enriched by Australia’s First Peoples experiences, cultures, histories, and knowledge.

Warwick Firearms is committed to:

  • Respecting Aboriginal sites, objects, places, and traditions
  • Stimulating Indigenous entrepreneurship and business development
  • Providing Indigenous Australians with opportunities to participate in our sub-contracted supplier network.
  • Where possible and economically viable, engaging with Indigenous companies to make maximum use of indigenously owned and operated companies in the manufacturing of our firearms and general running of our business.

Warwick Firearms invites any companies capable of producing firearm related components in Victoria or Australia to engage with us to determine if they can be included on our every expanding list of partners and sub-contractors. 

Warwick Firearms acknowledges we walk in the footsteps of the Bunurong/Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Peoples, and are enriched by Australia’s First Peoples experiences, cultures, histories, and knowledge.

Warwick Firearms is committed to:

  • Respecting Aboriginal sites, objects, places, and traditions
  • Stimulating Indigenous entrepreneurship and business development
  • Providing Indigenous Australians with opportunities to participate in our sub-contracted supplier network.
  • Where possible and economically viable, engaging with Indigenous companies to make maximum use of indigenously owned and operated companies in the manufacturing of our firearms and general running of our business.