Safety, Quality & Environment

We take our responsibilities regarding safety, quality and the environment very seriously.

In the 14 years our company has been in operation we have never had a claim or incident recorded against us or lost any workdays due to injury.

We take our responsibilities regarding safety very seriously, taking steps including:

  • Quality Assurance System to ISO 9001-2008,
  • Abiding by our own strict WHS procedures as well as those of our clients.
  • Buying quality machinery that is right for the job at hand and ensuring it is regularly logbook serviced by qualified mechanics.
  • Regularly conducting random breath-tests on our staff.

Environment

Our firm commitment to strive for zero harm to the environment requires significant forward planning and preparation.

Before entering any work site we assess the environment and modify our work methods accordingly.

Working in rugged and remote areas outdoors in the Central Queensland climate, at times with extremely high rainfall or high temperatures, brings with it a complex set of needs. Our years of experience in working in all conditions allow us to read any situation and manage the environment accordingly.

All of our machinery is certified weed and seed free before entering any property. All machinery is thoroughly washed down before leaving the site if it has come into contact with any noxious weeds.

Personnel Qualifications

All staff members are fully ticketed and licenced

All of our staff meet Department of Primary Industries, Aurizon, Queensland Rail, Stanwell Corporation and local council requirements.

All tickets and licencing includes:

  • Rail Industry Worker cards
  • Safely Access Rail Corridor accreditation
  • Construction Industry cards
  • Tickets and licencing for machinery operation
  • Category three medicals
  • Senior first aid certification
  • Rail Corridor Protection Officer (RCPO)
  • Certificate 2 in Horticulture
  • Unrestricted herbicide application licences
  • Chainsaw accreditation
  • Weed and Seed Inspector qualifications
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