We are committed to building strong ties and business engagement with the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community.
RS Components acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. Increasing Indigenous engagement is a priority for RS Components. We are committed to ensuring that Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people feel welcome in our business as team members, customers, suppliers and citizens. Our vision for reconciliation is for all people to stand unified in an equal and inclusive future. *The above artwork was designed by Eora (Sydney) based artist, Dylan Barnes. Dylan is a proud Wiradjuri Person who has commissioned artworks for AMP, Macquarie University, NSW Waratahs, NSW Rugby, NSW Trustee and Guardian, and many more.
For a Better World
RS PRO strut connectors in the Solar Trailer Prototype
RS PRO will feature in EWB’s prototype of the Solar Trailer, which is now an exciting phase of the design cycle, and aims to power remote rangers and communities to live, work and thrive on Country.
National Reconciliation Week Flag Raising Ceremony
RS Components was delighted to be invited to Smithfield Councils flag raising ceremony on Tuesday 31 May 2022 to acknowledge National Reconciliation Week
Engineering for People Design Challenge
RS Group Sponsors Annual Engineering for People Design Challenge
1:51 - The 2022 EWB Challenge will be delivered in partnership with First Nations community organisation, Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation.