Dobbie is proud to be a member of:
Australian Foundry Institute (A.F.I.):
The national peak body of Australian Foundries. Representing the interests of the Australian industry and providing a forum for the sharing of information and technical knowledge.
Civil Contractor’s Federation (CCF):
The representative body of civil engineering contractors in Australia, providing assistance and expertise in contractor development and industry issues.
Fire Protection Association Australia (FPA Australia):
The national peak body for fire safety that provides information, services and education to the fire protection industry and the community.
Corporate Gold Member.
Australian Industry Group (A.I.G.):
Peak industry association in Australia which along with its affiliates represents the interests of more than 60,000 businesses in an expanding range of sectors including: manufacturing; engineering; construction; and other industries. These businesses employ more than one million people. A.I.G’s focus is on building competitive and sustainable industries through global integration, skills development, productive and flexible workplace relations, infrastructure development and innovation.
Australian Industry Group Defence Council
The Australian Industry Group Defence Council is the principal voice for our defence industry. The activities of the Australian Industry Group Defence Council are guided by its National Executive which comprises the CEOs of Australia's leading defence companies, working with and supporting the ADF.
Chamber of Commerce & Industry. W.A.
CCI’s vision is to make WA a world leading place to live and do business. We believe this is best achieved through the pursuit of free enterprise which guides our advocacy and professional service offerings. CCI’s purpose is simple: To make it easier to do business.
Australian Industry & Defence Network
The Australian Industry and Defence Network of Western Australia is the peak body for businesses and related agencies within Western Australia's $620 million defence sector. AIDN-WA is committed to representing the interests of WA's defence sector, and providing it with a collective voice.
The Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC)
The Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) supports Australian businesses entering or working in the defence industry.
The Henderson Alliance was established in 2017 to develop and promote the capabilities of SMEs in Western Australia primarily in the acquisition and sustainment phases of Australia's new shipbuilding programs - but also in other defence and related industries.
Its objectives are:
- to provide a voice to industry and government for Western Australian SMEs working or wanting to work in defence
- to provide a platform for SMEs to form partnerships to allow participation in larger scale projects
- to create a forum for networking, mutual support and innovation
Industry Capability Network (ICN)
ICN is an independent organisation financially supported by Australian and New Zealand state and territory governments.
It is a business network that introduces Australian and New Zealand companies to projects large and small, helping them grow.
Based within the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI), Defence West is the Western Australian (WA) Government office responsible for supporting the interests of the local defence industry.
Its role is to deliver the capability requirements of the Australian Defence Force and to increase our State’s exports.
Defence Future Capability Technology Centre
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, in partnership with the Department of Defence (Defence), provides administrative and secretariat support to the DFCTC Committee under a Memorandum of Understanding with Defence. The role of the DFCTC Committee is to advise on selection and oversight the operation of the successful Defence Future Capability and Technology Centre.
Defence Materials Technology Centre
DMTC was established in 2008 under the Australian Government’s Defence Future Capability Technology Centre Program. Collaborating through DMTC allows Australian industry to leverage our existing relationships with Defence and research agencies and build their supply chains. DMTC supports Australian defence capability by advancing the knowledge and technical capability of Australia’s defence industry. Through collaborative research projects – involving industry and research partners – critical technologies and capabilities are being developed that address key defence challenges and drive capability outcomes to meet Australia’s national security objectives.
Defence Innovation Hub
The Defence Innovation Hub is an initiative of the 2016 Defence Industry Policy Statement and will invest around $640 million over the decade to 2025-26 in maturing and further developing technologies that have moved from the early science stages into the engineering and development stages of the innovation process.
Australian Defence Alliance (ADA)
The Australian Defence Alliance (ADA) is Australia’s largest independent, professional advocacy body representing the policy and strategic governance needs of Small-to-Medium Enterprise (SME) businesses in the defence and dual-use industries.
Defence Teaming Centre (DTC)
The Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) is a nationally-focused organisation connecting and supporting Australian industry to develop capability and increase overall competitiveness in domestic and global defence markets.
Malaga & District Business Association (MDBA):
Providing members benefits to enhance business opportunities and improve the working environment of the district.
Standards Australia is the nation's peak non-government Standards organisation. It is charged by the Commonwealth Government to meet Australia's need for contemporary, internationally aligned Standards and related services.
The work of Standards Australia enhances the nation's economic efficiency, international competitiveness and contributes to community demand for a safe and sustainable environment.
Several Dobbie personnel share their expertise through participation on various technical committees for Standards Australia.
The WaterMark Certification Scheme is a mandatory certification scheme for plumbing and drainage products to ensure that plumbing and drainage materials and products are fit for purpose and appropriately authorised for use in plumbing installations.
TRACE International and the Trace Registered Access Code (TRAC) provide an end-to-end, cost-effective and practical solution for anti-corruption, anti-bribery and third party compliance. Through pooled resources and an expansive technology-enabled, knowledge centre, TRACE offers a customizable risk-based due diligence, training and advisory service with a mission to advance commercial transparency.
Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative: Helps shape industry response to conflict minerals reporting requirements by providing access to Reasonable Country of Origin (RCOI) data as well as information and insight about the developments on regional issues, various sourcing initiatives and other regulatory schemes. CFSI provides facilitated engagement with stakeholder groups, including civil society organizations, socially responsible investor groups, governments and multilateral institutions to ensure companies have all the relevant perspectives to make ethical choices about supply chain practices.