Mick and Denise Power – the owners of BMD Group – are happy to have their workers transported from all over Queensland to the Galilee Basin to build Adani’s railway.
BMD is a massive company that prides itself on worker-care.
Do you believe Mick and Denise Power are placing their workers and regional communities ill-equipped to deal with an outbreak, at COVID-19 risk? Do you believe a railway for a new coal mine is not an essential service?
Then, ask them to take the BMD COVID-19 Challenge:
The challenge is for Mick and Denise to personally fly into their workers’ camps on the next work shift, and to live and join their workers for 10 days in the Galilee Basin.
If they are not willing to lead from the front, then demand BMD cease work immediately and ensure all staff are cared for with full pay.
Call BMD’s head office with the challenge today!
BMD Group Head Office: (07) 3893 7000
Tips for your call:
- It’s OK to be emotional but it’s very important to be polite
- Ask to speak to Mick or Denise Power, owners of BMD Group; Ask to leave a personal message for them – avoid being fobbed off with a request to send an email to a a generic email address
- Voice your concern about BMD workers traveling from all over Queensland to work on Adani’s coal railway, creating COVID-19 risks to workers and regional communities ill-equipped to deal with an outbreak.
- Ask that Mick and Denise Power accept the challenge and fly in with the next work crew and live at the workers’ camp for a 10 day shift. If they not prepared to lead from the front, BMD should cease work immediately and ensure all staff are cared for with full pay during the pandemic.