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Fire Protection Specialists

With over 135 years of experience, Wormald is the specialist in fire safety in Australia.

Wormald Diversity & Inclusion


Wormald engages Dion Devow as its First Nations ambassador. By sharing his story, Dion assists Wormald in promoting awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and implement initiatives that demonstrate at a practical organisational level, “how meaningful engagement with Indigenous communities can make a difference”.
Wormald are committed to doing the right thing in all aspects of our business. This requires that all of us, every day, exhibit an unwavering dedication to the highest ethical standards to promote a safe place of work that openly encourages diversity, inclusion and gender equality.

The aim of respective polices are to promote Diversity, Inclusion and Gender Equality practices across Wormald’s employees to gain the most from each employee’s abilities by providing an environment in which employees strive to do their best. Our offer incorporates our unwavering commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Equality.

Wormald have commenced a partnership with Mr Dion Devow.
Dion is a three-time NAIDOC Award winner and an Australian Of the Year Recipient.
Wormald are very honoured and proud to be associated with Dion and have engaged him for guidance and direction in order to add his own rich personal story to our story.


Reconciliation Action Plan


Our RAP has been developed in line with our evolving business and our employees who have a genuine desire to become a part of the reconciliation process. Our RAP is an important part of our business strategy in which we recognise the value and opportunities that enriching our understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history can bring to our business, customers and society.

Wormald is a company that is proud to say it has helped protect people and property for over130 years, we hope to expand on this to grow our company in order to further understand the challenges in our society especially First Nations communities so that we can build a better future together.

Download Reconciliation Plan Reflect May 2022-May2023