Woodside employees celebrating a day of planting to help stabilise the dunes and improve coastal habitat at Rottnest Island.

Employee Volunteering

Conservation Volunteers can work with you to develop an employee engagement program that provides fun, easy and rewarding volunteer opportunities that suit the needs of your organisation.

Arrange a volunteer day

We have national coverage that provides a range of activities across many locations. We cater for different levels of ability and fitness. All our projects are managed in accordance with our comprehensive risk management system, so you can be sure that the safety of your employees will be our priority.

Our standard team size is up to 10 volunteers, however we can cater for larger group sizes.

For your volunteer day, Conservation Volunteers will coordinate and provide:

  • Promotional information to help recruit volunteers for your day, including project overview, what to bring and wear, itinerary of the day and registration process
  • A dedicated team leader to supervise the volunteers (every team leader is qualified in WHS, first aid and defensive driving and are also knowledgeable in the practical conservation projects we operate)
  • A comprehensive introduction to the project and explanation of its significance and purpose so your employees understand the importance of the work they are doing
  • Management and administrative support of safety, logistics and finance
  • Project risk assessment and complete WHS briefing
  • Team vehicle to transport up to 9 people from an agreed pick-up point to and from the project site
  • Hand tools, first aid and personal protective equipment
  • Required insurance, permits and approvals
  • A summary of the day including pictures of your employees in action

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