IPP Connect
Indigenous Participation Exchange Network
​​​​​​​Honeywell is committed to listening to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees and seeking their input when it comes to Indigenous participation in the workplace.

This community provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in key areas such as: planning for significant cultural events, cultural awareness activities, cultural inclusivity and safety in the office, building networks, mentoring and cultural support.
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Reconciliation Action Plan In Honeywell's third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), we detail our commitment to driving equal opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through increased business relationships, educational opportunities, and recruiting efforts.
Acknowledgement of Country
At Honeywell, we encourage all staff to include an Acknowledgment of Country at the commencement of all meetings. Taking the time to Acknowledge Country at an event, reminds us that every day we live, work, and dream on Aboriginal and Torres Strait lands.
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The IPP Strategy involves four broad stages:

Strategy, Business Case & Planning
Business case; project plan definition, identification of stakeholders and roles and responsibilities.
Organisational Enablement
Research and develop a demographic view of competencies across indigenous communities and their alignment to the Honeywell skills and competency frameworks and planned procurement activities; identify gaps in recruitment frameworks and learning and development needs; and development of procurement and subcontracting initiatives.
Workforce Strategy
Conduct an awareness campaign of the Honeywell brand within the Indigenous employment sector, and in parallel tailor existing strategies and policies on recruitment, pre-employment, induction and career planning.
Supply Chain & Australian Industry Participation
Identify Indigenous business suppliers that are capable of providing goods and services at a standard required by Honeywell.
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Early Careers Scholarship In partnership with the Aurora Education Foundation, Honeywell Pacific provide at least four scholarships annually for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to transition into Honeywell's internship program. This scholarship program aims to support First Nations students achieve their education and career goals.
Honeywell Wins the Indigenous Participation Award at the 2022 Crown Perth Contractor Awards
In June of last year, Honeywell launched its third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and second Innovate RAP in support of Reconciliation Australia and shared the impact of the company’s efforts to date. Developed in partnership with Reconciliation Australia, this RAP guides Honeywell’s commitment to building equal opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and providing a workplace in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples feel culturally safe, included, and acknowledged.


IPP Connect actively engage and participate in important community events with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples such as National Reconciliation Week, NAIDOC Week, and promote local community events recognising these dates of significance in our community.