GHD delivers projects on budget
GHD is accessible and responsive
GHD is timely
* Source: GHD esurveys, FY 17/18
GHD has harnessed the passion of employee ownership. Over the past four years, our revenue has more than doubled and the company has grown to more than 10,000 people across 200 offices around the world.
While benefitting from strong demand for infrastructure investment in both Australia and Asia Pacific, the company is also successfully diversifying its global operations, with North America, Asia Pacific and Europe and Middle East now generating 57 percent of revenue. GHD Advisory and the new GHD Digital business are identifying innovative ways to create value for our clients.
Overall gender diversity
New starters in FY18
Industry average *
* Source: World Economic Forum, Future of Jobs Report, 2016
Traditionally, predictions about a workplace's ongoing health and safety performance have been made based on past track records (e.g. incidents). Current research suggests that more effective predictions can be made by focusing on the active steps a workplace takes to prevent future incidents.
Referred to as "lead indicators," these active steps towards incident prevention include any action, behaviour, or process undertaken by a workplace to actively improve health and safety.
Industry and policy stakeholders around the world are increasingly using lead indicators to formally predict future workplace health and safety performance, and consequently reduce workplace injury rates.
GHD is ahead of the curve in this respect, having been recording and monitoring lead indicator performance for many years.
GHD’s combined individual “lead indicator” activities (e.g. project reviews, inspections, behavioural observations) are called “Positive Interactions”. We encourage our 10,000+ people to undertake three Positive Interactions per year and achievement against this target is measured monthly. The rate illustrated in the diagram (5.21) is the average per FTE achieved during the reporting period.