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Our mission: everyone on every site goes home safe, everyday



At Buildcorp, safety is our first priority. Nothing is more important than ensuring a safe working environment for our subcontractors, project team, clients and the public – as reflected by our MBA safety awards. To maintain our excellent safety record, Buildcorp uses a comprehensive health safety and environment (HSE) management system, which links with HSE site management plans, risk assessment registers and safe work method statements implemented across all business units and across all projects.

Our HSE management system completely satisfies all legislative and regulatory requirements and complies with all national and industry codes of practice. We also deliver every project with our safety management system that is Federal Safety Commissioner (FSC) certified and AS/NZS 4801:2001 accredited.



Plan safe, work safe, home safe

Buildcorp’s commitment to safety also goes beyond the statutory requirements and uses a combination of data, trends, technology and systems to make our safety processes smarter and more effective. At the core of these changes is:
  • INFORMATION SHARING DASHBOARD: As safety audit and reporting data is captured on our construction sites, it is then shared to our workforce via an internal online dashboard. This transparency helps managers better understand where support or action is needed and motivates site teams to stay focused on risk management.
  • IMPROVED SYSTEMS TO MANAGE RISK: Our approach to managing health and safety risks is designed to be as simple and easy as possible for our site teams to understand, implement and monitor. It is weighted towards the most common construction tasks and the actions that mitigate the most common high and medium risks associated with them. The process focuses on tools for the planning and checking of these risks across three areas: People, Plant and Processes.
  • CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT: The safety systems and data undergo regular scrutiny to spot trends and areas for improvement. Improvements can be significant, such as overhauling the risk management system, or for the most part, they can be small. We often find that the small changes (such as mandatory wearing of glasses and gloves or Monday morning safety talks) can have the biggest impact on our people going home safely.
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