Health Safety & Environment

Health, Safety, Environment and Community Policy

Indigenous Construction Resource Group (ICRG) is committed to continually reviewing strategies for the development and growth of our valued employees, clients and Traditional Owner Partners. We will ensure that all our employees work in an appropriately safe and healthy workplace whilst promoting sustainable environmental and community practices.

Our Commitment

We are committed to continual improvement in our Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) performance. To meet this commitment we will:

  • Provide and maintain so far as reasonably practicable, a safe and healthy workplace and promote the wellbeing of our employees.
  • Clearly define HSEC responsibilities and accountabilities for all our employees and contractors and most importantly, confirm their understanding of such.
  • Establish, regularly review and report on appropriate objectives and targets to continually improve our HSEC performance.
  • Develop, implement and maintain relevant management systems and processes which enable us to conduct our business in a responsible and appropriate manner.
  • Identify, assess and effectively eliminate or control our HSEC hazards and risks.
  • Comply with and exceed where reasonably practicable, all applicable legal requirements, relevant industry standards and codes of practice.
  • Care for the environment through the efficient use of resources, preventing pollution and any environmental impact from our business activities.
  • Respect the rights of communities and stakeholders, provide support and contribute towards social and economic development within the communities where we operate.

Our Goals

Positive and sustainable HSEC outcomes reflect our purpose and values and are integral to the way we work.

We will establish and maintain a working environment that prevents workplace injuries, illnesses, harm to the environment or adverse impacts on the communities in which we work.

Our Responsibility

We believe that all workplace injuries, occupational illnesses and harm to the environment and communities in which we work, can be prevented.

Every employee has a personal responsibility to maintain a safe and healthy workplace and we all must comply with this Policy and any associated policies, procedures or processes. Responsibility rests with each and every one of us.

Leaders at all levels in the group are accountable to communicate the requirements of this Policy and any other policy to all our employees, contractors, visitors and interested parties and involve them in its implementation. We hold our leaders accountable for the health and safety of our people and the protection of the environment and communities our activities may impinge upon.

This Policy will be reviewed, revised and republished where necessary to ensure it remains relevant and appropriate to our Group’s activities.

Click here to download ICRG’s Health, Safety, Environment and Community Policy


Injury Management Policy

Indigenous Construction Resource Group (ICRG) recognises that successful injury management relies on the active participation and cooperation of the injured worker and an appropriate level of support and management by us, the employer.

Our Goals

Our primary focus is to establish and maintain a work environment that prevents workplace injuries or illnesses.

In the event of a workplace injury, we will provide the most appropriate care to injured employees so they can remain at work or return to work at the earliest appropriate time.

Our Responsibility

Every employee has a personal responsibility to report all workplace injuries or illnesses to their Supervisor immediately. The injured employee shall take an active role in the planning and execution of their Return to Work Program and make all reasonable efforts to return to work.

Our Project Managers, Superintendents and Supervisors will actively be involved in their employee’s injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation, and they will provide the necessary resources and support to achieve a satisfactory outcome.

Leaders at all levels in the group are accountable to communicate the requirements of this Policy and any other policy to all our employees, contractors, visitors and interested parties and involve them in its implementation.

This Policy will be reviewed, revised and republished where necessary to ensure it remains relevant and appropriate to our Group’s activities.

Our Commitment

ICRG is committed to assisting employees to return to work following a work related injury or illness as soon as medically appropriate. To meet this commitment we will:

  • Aim to prevent injury or illness by providing a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Ensure that our employees are informed of their rights and responsibilities and are involved in all decisions and actions related to their injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation.
  • Provide employees with timely access to appropriate assessment and medical treatment following a workplace injury and/or illness.
  • Ensure the injury management process is commenced as soon as practicable following a workplace injury and in accordance with relevant legislation and any medical advice provided.
  • Provide our employees with appropriate education and training on injury management and rehabilitation practices and related processes.
  • Wherever possible, arrange suitable duties internally, having regard for the injured employee’s medical restrictions.
  • Ensure all information obtained during an employee’s rehabilitation process is treated with sensitivity and confidentiality is maintained throughout this process.
  • Take all necessary steps to ensure participation in a Return to Work Program will not prejudice or disadvantage an injured employee.
  • Adhere to the requirements of any applicable Workers Compensation and Injury Management legislation.

Click here to download ICRG’s Injury Management Policy

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