Certified to the TQCSI QHSE Code: 2013 and
AS/NZS 4801: 2001 – OHS Management Systems
HSEQ Management System Certifications
Having a Certified system means you are able to demonstrate to prospective clients, both public and private, that you have in place an organised and documented process that contributes to the reduction of workplace injury, illness and environmental issues whilst meeting your legislative duty of care and due diligence requirements for workplace safety and environmental.
The HSEQ Management System will enable your company to better meet pre-qualification requirements for state government, local council and private sector work.
The HSEQ Management System has been certified to be compliant with two independent Certifications by prominent JAZ-ANZ Accredited Certification Company, TQCS International (TQCSI), to ensure this system meets the independent and recognized certifications in safety, environment and quality.
TQCSI Certificate Of Compliance - SA 2017 (330.9 KiB)
In South Australia DPTI Certification to the QHSE Code: 2013 is acknowledged by the Department of Transport, Planning and Infrastructure (DPTI) as meeting many of the core requirements of AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management), AS/NZS ISO 14001:2004 (Environment Management) and AS/NZS 4801:2001 (Work Health & Safety Management).
QHSE Code 2013 Endorsement By DPTI (80.4 KiB)
What does Certification mean for your company?
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It means you are able to demonstrate to prospective clients, both public and private, that you have in place organised and documented processes that contribute to the reduction of workplace injury, illness and environmental issues whilst minimising the costs associated with workplace safety and environmental accidents. The HSEQ Management System will enable you to meet pre-qualification requirements for state government, local council and private customer work.
DPTI Registration and Compliance Requirements
The NECA HSEQ Management System exceeds the requirements of the DPTI Categories 3 and 4 of the General Building Contractor, Residential Building Contractor benchmark criteria and Categories 3 and 4 of the Trade/Subcontractor benchmark criteria. Please note that whilst the NECA HSEQ Management System meets the minimum requirements of the DPTI prequalification requirements, DPTI will want to see that you are implementing your management system to reflect the specific activities and scopes of work relative to your business operations.