New Energy project Agreement

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Posted on 18 Oct 2017

Bright People Technologies is delighted to announce an agreement with global diversified infrastructure and energy group Adani to supply workforce compliance and logistics technology solutions at its Queensland energy project.

The Sunshine State has long been a source of energy for Bright. Over the years a significant number of Queenslanders have mobilised in 755 different types of jobs - including 6,838 electrical specialists and 3,623 Boilermakers.

Through our Enable platform, Bright will support Adani in ensuring that every person on site has the relevant credentials, inductions and expertise to safely fulfil their role.

Our partnership with Adani for their proposed Carmichael thermal coal mine and infrastructure will help to support the generation of jobs and development of supply and contracting opportunities for regional Australia.

“This is a project that has the potential to significantly stimulate the Australian economy, and we are proud to be playing a role in that,” said Petra Nelson, Managing Director of Bright People Technologies.

Adani has stated that the project will build on the strong trading links between Australia and India, help lift millions of people in India out of energy poverty, and strengthen Australia’s regional and national economies.

At Bright, we have automated the control and movement of large, complex workforces for some of the world’s largest resources companies for the past 17 years.

Enable software provides companies with a total source of truth about their employees and contractors, giving them peace of mind that everyone on site is exactly who they say they are. This includes identity and background checking, ensuring compliance with site access criteria, supporting readiness to mobilise to site, and handling logistics such as transportation and accommodation.

Bright has an unparalleled industry profile of more than 3500 organisations, over 500,000 human profiles and 1.5 million credential documents amassed over almost two decades. This enables a unique view of workforce trends and the ability for pre-verification of individuals already on the Bright database.