Authenticity • Relationship • Reciprocity • Value

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United Together

Panku Pty Ltd (meaning 'united, together' in Nyiyaparli) is a Supply Nation Certified Indigenous owned business operating in Melbourne’s South East. We believe unity and a willingness to work together for mutual benefit is fundamental to building a prosperous Indigenous and Australian economy.

Our mission is to equip individuals and organisations to respond with confidence when it counts. That means reputable trainers with medical field experience and quality, reliable equipment you can count on in a crisis 

Panku Pty Ltd Has 2 Arms

Our ability to consolidate and tailor supply across First Aid, PPE, Work Wear and Spill Control whilst offering quality First Aid training makes us unique in the marketplace and enables us to maximise serviceability and value for our clients.

 
  • PPE & Safety Equipment
  • Spill Kits & Bunding
  • Work Wear
  • Signage
  • First Aid Training
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • AEDs & First Aid Supplies
  • Kit Replenishment

Founders

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Our Story

Jadah Pleiter

Director

Jadah is from the Palyku people in North Western Australia. She is an accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor with extensive experience in training, facilitation, conflict resolution and pastoral care. Her experience working with indigenous communities, and in local government has contributed to her breadth of understanding when it comes to managing multiple stakeholders, procurement, project management, risk management and OHS needs.

Michael Pleiter

Head of Training

Michael has extensive experience in the Health & Fitness industry and Medical field working in the Royal Australian Navy as a Petty Officer in the Medical Corp for ten years. During his service he also spent four years as an instructor at the Navy's Medical School, training students in basic first aid management as well as advanced emergency care. Michael has been a business partner of Australian First Aid for the past five years.

 

Indigenous Procurement Policy

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What's It All About?

Commonwealth buyers can purchase directly from Indigenous businesses for contracts of any size and value using the Indigenous business exemption (Exemption 17) in the Commonwealth Procurement Rules. Indigenous business must still demonstrate value for money, but this can be done through a simpler quote process and as a Supply Nation Certified business we are sure to give Confidence When It Counts knowing we have been fully vetted as an Indigenous owned and controlled viable business. 

 THE POLICY HAS THREE PARTS:

A target number of contracts that need to be awarded to Indigenous businesses.

A mandatory set-aside of contracts for Indigenous businesses to apply in certain situations.

Mandatory minimum contractual requirements for Indigenous employment and/or Indigenous supplier use applying to certain Commonwealth contracts (valued at greater than $7.5m).