Consistently meeting the rigorous demands of large-scale infrastructure and construction projects demands an equally rigorous quality regime.
All Precast Australia staff are aware of our emphasis on quality and ongoing training, feedback and reward fosters a culture of continuous improvement across all areas of our operations.
It is based on three goals: competence - commitment - communication, and incorporates documented process for continuous internal audit and external customer feedback.
Our systems have been designed to maintain the rigorous quality management control checks and balances that are needed across the diverse range of precast concrete components we manufacture.
Our objectives are:
From initial quotation right through to final delivery and/or installation, we maintain documented procedures and instructions to equip all our personnel with the skills and knowledge to achieve these objectives.
Our Quality Assurance/Quality Control Coordinator and a Quality Inspector maintain minute-by-minute supervision to ensure compliance with our contractual obligations and relevant regulatory and legal requirements.
Our suppliers are subject to the same rigorous quality controls we impose internally.
Our people are fundamental to our business, and our first and overriding commitment is to their health and safety, Precast Australia has made a considerable investment in developing an active safety culture that encourages our people to achieve continuous improvement in the way we think and act about safety.
It continually reinforces that employees who take positive action in identifying and reported potential hazards are highly respected.
In line with this, Precast Australia have developed and implemented policies for Occupational Health, Safety and the Environment, Drugs and Alcohol, Injury Management, Industrial Relations and the Environment.
Our active safety culture is built around continual scrutiny and continuous improvement:
Daily Safety Inspections: Our Production Manager and Production Supervisor conduct daily OHS&E inspection our of premises. The results are recorded daily and registered on a controlled document so action items ca be closed out.
Weekly Toolbox Meetings: Weekly open-forum discussions encourage all employees to raise potential safety issues - accidents and incidents - existing hazards - new and upcoming hazards - employee suggestions to improve health, safety or the environment.
Fortnightly OHS&E Audit: General Manager conducts these, and all required actions are undertaken and closed out by responsible personnel and management fortnightly.
Hazard/Incident Reporting and Close Out: A Hazard/Incident Register is maintained, and all staff are encourages to report new or potential hazards as soon as they become apparent. Everyone is encouraged to participate, and the file is examined, discussed and actions taken, with close outs as required.
Ongoing Education: Signage throughout Precast Australia's premises continually remind staff of our commitment to a safety culture and reinforces to them our respect for their active participation in ensuring that above all else we work safely.
The quality of Precast Australia's safety culture and systems is illustrated by our steady progress towards a goal of Zero Harm.
Precast Australia has developed an implemented environmental management systems as policies as part of our Quality and Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Management Plans.
We also aim to reduce the environmental impacts of our day-to-day operations through such initiatives as:
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