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HSE Management

HAZCON provide a large range of Health, Safety and Environmental Services nationally that can meet customer needs and expectations.

The relevant legislation in your state or territory requires the person conducting a business or undertaking or the employer to provide a safe system of work. A Health, Safety & Environmental Management System (HSEMS) is a widely recognised resource used to manage this obligation.

HAZCON can provide qualified consultants to review and develop the policies and procedures that can assist your organisation in meeting this requirement. We can develop a HSE system for you, based on your existing procedures or create new system or procedures to fill any gaps.

We can also assist you with integrating your HSEMS with your existing Quality Assurance systems that includes, Due Diligence for the designated Officers of the corporation and conduct Third Party System Audits of Contractors.

HAZCON believes in the principles of third party accreditation and has achieved outgoing accreditation or recognition in a number of areas, which include;

  • HAZCON is a Quality Endorsed Company with a Quality Management System accredited to AS/NZS ISO 9001:2015;
  • We have a number of consultants registered as Health and Safety Auditors with Exemplar Global Certified Auditors;
  • HAZCON have a NATA Accredited Laboratory for our asbestos air monitoring and sample identification services. NATA Accreditation Number:13234
  • Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems

 

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