HSEQ

Health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ) management is an integral part of our business culture. Our behavioural based safety culture supported by our national HSEQ team continually review work practices to improve our systems and ensure sustained application across our expanding services.

We believe that HSEQ performance is fundamental to the success of each project and our entire business. We maintain comprehensive HSEQ records as common practice and invest heavily in training, so tasks can be performed safely and reliably.

With over half a million hours worked on Enviropacific sites annually, the statistics speak for themselves:

  • Over 15,600 daily safety briefings conducted per year
  • Approx. 2,000 weekly safety toolbox talks
  • Approx. 2,500 SWMS safe work method statement/task observations conducted
  • Over 2,000 formal Hazard Inspection Checklists completed
  • Close to 50 safety engagements completed by senior management team members

Start Safe Stay Safe

 

 

The ‘Start Safe Stay Safe’ Management System provides the guidance and framework for the effective planning and execution of the activities of the business to ensure the highest standards of safety for our people, subcontractors and clients. The Trademarked name for the company’s Integrated Management System, is designed to evoke the understanding that without proper planning (Start Safe) we are not establishing ourselves for success (Stay Safe) throughout delivery.

Certified to AS4801, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001, and Accredited by the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner, the business invests significantly in the effectiveness of our operations through ongoing learning and continual improvements to our Start Safe Stay Safe management system.

The business launched the ‘Line of Site’ program in 2017. A suite of safety initiatives designed to bring an increased focus to preventing significant incidents and improving the consistency of controls for the business-critical risks.

The implementation of Non-Negotiable Minimum Standards for the organisations key critical risks is designed to ensure that all stakeholders on our worksites remain safe.

The ‘Line of Site’ program has also introduced the concept of personal risk assessment across the business through the implementation of the ‘Take 5’ tool and promotes reward and recognition for outstanding safety performance through our HSE Achievers Awards program.