Caledonia Group is pleased to announce the signing and entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with OSOS Alliance.
OSOS Alliance, headquartered in Perth, WA, is a majority owned Aboriginal company operating across a diverse range of industry. These industries include the resources, energy, health and infrastructure sectors. OSOS Alliance provide solutions in Electrical Commissioning & Decommissioning Services, Maintenance, Shutdowns, Painting & Coating Services, Indigenous Development, Strategy & Implementation and Procurement Staffing.
Caledonia Group and OSOS Alliance seek to develop and improve the capability, capacity and success of both parties through collaborative working and mutual support. Drawing on our respective capabilities and expertise we will deliver a best in class offering to our clients and the wider market.
“Caledonia are very excited about this collaboration with OSOS Alliance. Both companies share closely aligned values and the collaboration represents a rare opportunity to contribute to each other’s growth and sustainability in a way which builds on the value we can offer to each other and most importantly the value we can bring to our customers” said Paul Arnould, General Manager of Industrial Division at Caledonia Group.
Caledonia’s collaboration with Safespear brings a number of benefits through increased service capability and opportunities to enhance and develop Aboriginal content within our overall service offering.
Through our geographical locations, the Caledonia x Safespear collaboration is able to service on both national and international stages.
Safespear established The Smiling Child Foundation in 2019 to support children who come from less fortunate backgrounds and help to equip themselves with the necessary items for school.
Caledonia are proud to support this foundation through the provision of two charity golf days each year, one in SA and one in WA. Two schools have been selected as beneficiaries of the funds raised through these events. Safespear has also recently assisted in the placement of a young Aboriginal person into our Traineeship Program in WA.