Procurement Policy

Many potential health and safety issues can be avoided if purchasing is effectively managed.

Incorporation of health and safety considerations into the purchasing process reduces the potential for the purchase of goods, substances or services which may lead to health and safety concerns in the future, either in terms of the items purchased or with the associated work practices.

Management and supervision are responsible for ensuring that all purchases meet relevant Health and Safety requirements.

Corrective Action Policy

Our company corrective action policy statement, philosophy and practices are designed to foster communication between employees, supervision and management, and to help improve performance when a performance issue arises.

Policy statement aim:

Community Policy

Communication and management is key for community relationship and partnering. Company promotes active partnerships at all local levels, based on trust, respect and understanding.

Our vision and aim is to be a valued community member and to contribute to the enduring sustainability of our region.

We aim to strengthen cohesion through promoting belonging, respecting diversity and fostering engagement with values and identity, within the framework of Australian law.

This policy aims to:

Drug and Alcohol Policy

Company is committed to providing a safe working environment by eliminating conditions and work practices that could lead to illness or injury or property damage.  All employees are expected to behave in a responsible manner and present themselves to work in a fit and healthy state.

The purpose of this policy is to minimise health and safety risks attributable to employees being under the influence of alcohol and other drugs.

Fit For Work Policy

Company is committed to ensuring systems and procedures are in place to promote and maintain an employee’s ability to perform their tasks safely and efficiently.

Personnel can be directly affected by a number of factors; the amount of rest periods between work shifts, the duration of work shifts, quality of rest time, overall fitness of employees and the use of alcohol or prescribed and non-prescribed medication or drugs that influence their ability to work safely.

Health & Safety Policy

Our objective is to provide the highest possible standards in Health and Safety to all members of our personnel, those working on our behalf, as well as to all members of the public. 

The approach to Occupational Health and Safety is one of continuous improvement in performance through enhancing the skills, knowledge and commitment of our workforce, which embraces personnel, subcontractors and suppliers. 

Health and Safety considerations shall always be given the highest priority.

Human Resources Policy

Company priority, to administrate equal employment opportunities to all employees, applicants, and job seekers.

No person shall be discriminated against in employment of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, expression, national orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, parental status, ancestry, selecting the best person without unlawful discrimination.

Quality Policy

Our Policy is to provide quality services. 

Quality management ensures processes are implemented for quality outputs, delivered fit-for-purpose for clients.

This is achieved by ensuring that all project management processes are conducted in a quality manner (quality assurance) and by developing quality criteria for the outputs themselves (quality control).

In order to achieve and maintain this, the implementation of a quality management system in accordance with ISO9001 is being implemented, focusing on our total commitment to:

Rehabilitation and Return to Work Policy

Our Company recognises that helping workers to stay at work or make an early and safe return after an injury minimises the impact of injury on them and their families.

We support our injured workers by having a system of workplace rehabilitation and providing suitable duties for them while they are recovering.

We expect that all injured workers will return to work on suitable duties as soon as it is medically safe to do so.

We have appointed a Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator (RRTWC) to manage workplace rehabilitation for our injured workers.

Training Policy

The Company is committed to the continuous development of all employees and emphasises the importance it places on health, safety and environmental training at all levels throughout the company.

Employee development is an important part of the working life. It is associated with the development needs of the individual, of teams and the achievement of overall business strategy.