30 years of operating a manufacturing business that employs disabled workers

West Gosford business, Lasercraft, supports local people living with disabilities to thrive

Lasercraft Australia is celebrating 30 years of operating a manufacturing business in West Gosford that employs disabled workers.
Lasercraft makes and sells corporate recognition awards, plaques and business gifts to major companies and government departments.
It also makes survey pegs for construction firms and surveyors.
It is a not-for-profit company and registered as a charity.
Revenue from its sales goes toward employment of supported workers with disabilities.
It currently employs 23 supported workers and provides training and workplace skills.
General Manager, Mr Peter Britton, said: “I love working with the supported workers.
“It is a delight to see them flower by gaining skills, having a normal work routine, increased socialisation and feeling accepted.
“Our aim is to create more places for supported workers, but this is only possible if we increase sales revenue.”
The supported workers are paid wages, and all have NDIS plans.

Media release, Nov 14
Peter Britton, Lasercraft Sales, West Gosford

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