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Corporate Responsibility

Community Work

As part of a wider corporate responsibility strategy, NTS raises money for charitable causes every year – through the activities of its 30+ employees, and company donations to good causes.

 

We also support local community activities, sponsoring individual athletes, sporting events, local Motocross events, youth football teams, body builders, young boxers and other such activities – giving vital cash boosts to worthy local causes. 

 

Charity Work

  • Darwin High School (Scaffolding stage for Play)

  • Rural Fire Dept (Annual Fred's Pass Show)

  • Federal Police Association

  • Women's Police Association

  • Ambulance Service 

  • Stuart Park School excursion to Canberra (supplied Track Suits)

  • Legacy (annual donations for save the children)

  • Gray Primary School (scaffold for mural)

  • Nemarluk School for Special Needs (donated hats to classes)

  • WG annual fishing competition

  • St Mary's Hockey trip

  • Darwin Basketball association

  • Saltwater Classic Body building and Figure Championships

  • Timor cup soccer tournament

  • Darwin Soccer Association

  • 3 separate touch teams in Darwin Touch Football Association

  • 2 motocross competitors

  • NT Friendship & Support Katherine

 

Body Building

  • Atif Anwar (Arnold Classic Champion 2015)

  • Ross Maloney (Arnold Classic Champion 2016)

 

Boxing

  • Will Tomlinson (IBO World Champion)     

  • Wayne Parsons (5 x National Champion, Oceania Champion)

  • Sammy Jewell (National Champion)    

  • Josh Cercarelli (State Champion)          

 

APPRENTICES AND TRAINING

A critical aspect of sustainability is to have a renewable workforce. NTS invests heavily in training annually running several training courses throughout the year. Currently over 20% of the workforce is younger than 25.  

 

Training organisation

  • Site skills training

  • Top end training

  • All forklift training

  • Training assessment & licensing NT