Safety

Safety of both our personnel and the community is paramount to the success of State Asphalt Services; therefore safety is our top priority.

Through the implementation of a group wide policy, State Asphalt Services are committed to making workplaces as safe as possible. Constant monitoring and assessment of the safety and health of all employees and projects is engrained in the every day processes and activity.

In endeavoring to provide a safe working environment; training in health and safety practices, systems and in the safe operations of equipment is undertaken with all staff. Specific training, such as the NSW Roads and Maritime Services' Worker On Foot program have been adopted as industry best practice and implemented across the board to achieve safety in high risk asphalt work zones. 

State Asphalt Services recognises its statutory and moral obligations to provide a positive safety culture throughout its business. For this reason, State Asphalt Services strives to provide a supportive safety culture though visible, consultative and accountable leadership.

State Asphalt Services has developed safe systems of work which have been measured and audited against both federal and international management system standards and successfully accredited against such. State Asphalt Services' executive are committed to upholding their duty of care and ensuring all operations are undertaken in accordance with the accredited safe systems of work.

 

SAS holds the following safety accreditations:

  • Office of the Federal Safety (FSC) Commission Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme
  • AS/NZS 4801-2001 Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Management System Requirements

 

 

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