The water and sewerage services provider has been named a White Ribbon Workplace after undertaking an accreditation program over the last 18 months.
CEO George Theo said he was proud that Unitywater’s commitment to preventing violence against women had been strengthened through the program.
“This recognition from White Ribbon Australia demonstrates our long-term commitment to achieving a safe, gender equal and respectful workplace and that we have a strong stance against violence in our community,” he said.
“We want our people to know that they have the resources and support available to them should they need it.
“We all have a role to play in helping end violence against women.”
The White Ribbon Australia Workplace Accreditation Program is nationally recognised and lasts three years.