Social Impact Study of Red Meat Processing in Australia
AMPC is committed to supporting its member organisations maintain their social license to operate (SLO). SLO is closely associated with the social impact organisation have on the communities in which they operate. AMPC there commissioned research to gain insights into how the decisions and behaviours of red meat processor (RMP) organisations were impacting on the communities in which they operate.
The social impact of Australian RMP industry had never previously been assessed. Dr Kim Johnston and a team of researchers from QUT were commissioned to carry out a benchmark study to determine what social impact the RMP industry has on its host communities.