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Engaging the CCF to recognise, respond and refer to domestic and family violence

Our wonderful Workplace Programs Manager, Sian Fullerton, was invited to talk about how to recognise, respond and refer when a colleague may be impacted by domestic and family violence at the Civil Contractors Federation Queensland's breakfast yesterday morning.

Over 50 Seymour Whyte crew members attended the site breakfast held in Pimpama, which was set up to engage CCF members about domestic and family violence during 16 Days of Activism.

With thanks to Civil Contractors Federation Queensland CEO Damian Long and Seymour Whyte's Trevor Keran for organising the event and being committed to our shared mission of ending domestic and family violence.

Workplaces play a powerful role in addressing domestic and family violence. That's why we #ChallengeDV by partnering with workplaces to educate their leaders and teams on how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond when someone is impacted and offer referral support.

Find out more about our workplace programs here.


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