NPB Security celebrates partnership with Indigenous-owned business for Reconciliation Week
NPB Security were proud to work at Optus Stadium over weekend when Perth hosted the AFL’s highly anticipated Dreamtime match in the Sir Doug Nicholls round.
The annual match recognises and celebrates First Nations players and culture and falls in National Reconciliation week. It marks a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how we can contribute to achieving reconciliation in our country.
To mark the occasion NPB engaged Australia’s largest Indigenous-owned workplace supplier, Kulbardi, to design and create a lanyard for their guards, featuring an indigenous design.
Kulbardi have supplied our uniforms for several years, so it was a great opportunity to recognise our long-term partnership and a chance for NPB to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land
The image on the lanyard features black and white elements coming together on the Earth.
It’s a small gesture, but one which encourages our staff to have positive conversations about reconciliation.
We are proud to work with Australian company Kulbardi, who reinvest part of their proceeds to their community investment fund. The Bibbulmun Fund invests in community projects and initiatives designed to support, encourage and inspire Indigenous communities across Australia.
Our staff really enjoyed working at the sold-out event, which has only left its Melbourne home once before.
It was fantastic to see our guards wearing the lanyards at Saturday’s game, and we expect to see a lot of them continuing to wear them after the weekend.