Probuild WA awarded Platinum WorkSafe Plan Certificate of Achievement
WorkSafe Commissioner, Lex McCulloch, presented the award to Probuild HSE Coordinator, Robert Stansfield at a morning tea hosted by Senior Management and the QEII project team at Probuild WA’s Head Office.
To obtain a WorkSafe Plan Certificate of Achievement, organisations must show evidence of work-related injuries and disease rates are reducing or kept at low levels. The certificates are presented at three levels:
- Silver – organisations meeting minimum standards
- Gold – organisations demonstrating good progress toward a best practice approach to safety and health management
- Platinum – organisations that achieve the highest standards
The audit was conducted at the QEII site over a two-year period by an independent assessor to measure the effectiveness of HSE applications across Probuild’s project systems, project team and subcontractor engagement.
Probuild works hard to ensure its workplaces are as safe as possible through constant monitoring and assessment, and by implementing a company-wide framework for managing health and safety. Read more about our commitment to Health, Safety and the Environment.
In doing so, Probuild achieved 93% and above across five areas of essential criteria: management commitment; policy, plans and procedures; consultation; hazard management; and training.
Congratulations to all members of the QEII project team who helped reach this desired outcome. This achievement signifies that thinking and working safely is deeply entrenched into Probuild’s culture – something which was emphasised in the Commissioner’s address to the team, prior to presenting the certificate.