Values and Policies

Our values set out how all ICRG employees are expected to conduct themselves as part of the ICRG group of companies:

  • ICRG shall value human life and safety above all else.
  • ICRG shall care for our environment.
  • ICRG shall treat all persons in a courteous and respectful manner.
  • ICRG shall strive to achieve excellence within our business unit.
  • ICRG shall always conduct itself in a fair, ethical and honest way.
  • ICRG shall always seek to continuously improve all aspects of our business unit.
  • ICRG shall always work as a team to achieve our goals.
  • ICRG shall always strive to complete projects both on time and budget.
  • ICRG shall always strive to meet our clients requirements and deliver a professional service at all times.

Employee Performance Management Policy

Indigenous Construction Resource Group (ICRG) strives to provide an employment environment where every employee has the opportunity to recognise and advance their abilities to achieve their full potential. We are dedicated to managing employee performance at the organisation, management, department and individual level to achieve this goal.

Our Goals

Our aim is to provide an effective performance management process that allows supervisors and employees to share, and understand, the businesses expectations and requirements whilst enhancing individual performance and developmental opportunities.

Our Commitment

ICRG is committed to providing an employment climate and culture in which every employee has the opportunity to apply and develop their true capabilities. To meet this commitment we will:

  • Encourage employees to develop themselves and accept new challenges.
  • Develop an employee performance management process to assist supervisors and employees to determine and/or recognise individual performance.
  • Establish clear responsibilities and accountabilities for each position.
  • Support employees with professional development appraisals and performance improvement plans where appropriate
  • Ensure our supervisors and employees establish and agree on goals and objectives that contribute to improved performance and contribution to the achievement of organisation, team and individual goals.
  • Provide and encourage discussion and ongoing feedback with employees on their performance against established goals and objectives.
  • Identify appropriate training and skills development for our employees during the performance review process.
  • Appraise, develop and promote employees on the basis of business needs, demonstrated performance, ability and potential.
  • Reward excellence, promote the principal of equal opportunity and take into account individual employee aspirations where applicable.

Our Responsibility

Effective performance management is a shared responsibility between the supervisor and employee.

Employees are required to co-operate fully with this Policy and any related procedures or processes.

Leaders 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.

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Training and Development Policy

ICRG recognises that a trained and competent workforce is essential to provide services and innovative solutions in a safe and cost effective manner which meet and exceed where reasonably practicable, our client and legislative obligations.

Our Goals

ICRG seeks to provide rewarding employment, training and career development opportunities for all employees.

All employee training and development activities are to provide employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to maximise their potential and to perform work safely in accordance with specified industry and Company standards.

Our Commitment

ICRG is committed to providing our employees with access to learning, development and training opportunities which enable them to be suitably knowledgeable and skilled to carry out their assigned tasks both safely and productively. To meet this commitment we will:

  • Ensure that the health and safety of our employees underpins all training and development activities and outcomes.
  • Provide our employees with adequate information, instruction and training relating to the hazards identified and safe systems of work for the tasks required of them.
  • Identify the training and developmental requirements for all employees based on company and client expectations and legislative obligations.
  • Confirm our employees understanding of their job function and expected performance standards through having accurate position descriptions and regular performance management reviews with their immediate supervisor.
  • Utilise competency based training and assessment processes and ensure adult learning principles are promoted.
  • Consider and provide support for the language and literacy skills needs of learners, while focusing training or assessment on the workplace outcome.
  • Ensure all training and development activities contribute towards an increase in safe, efficient performance and continual improvement in individual and team productivity.
  • Implement a system to ensure our employees are retrained and reassessed whenever systems of work or plant and equipment change, or new systems of work or plant and equipment are introduced.
  • Ensure records of training are maintained and updated accordingly.

Our Responsibility

Every employee has a personal responsibility to actively participate in identified training and development activities and to use the acquired knowledge and skills to work safely and productively at all times.

Our Project Managers, Superintendents and Supervisors will work together with our employees to identify and implement training and development initiatives that support both our business needs and individual employee development.

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.

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Fitness for Work Policy

ICRG recognises that an individual’s fitness for work can be affected by a variety of causes including the adverse effects of fatigue, stress, alcohol or other drugs. An employee’s fitness for work can have a significant effect on the safety of the employee and others at the workplace.

Our Commitment

The management of fitness for work factors is a shared responsibility and ICRG will establish systems and processes that will ensure all our employees present to work in a fit and healthy state to perform their duties. To meet this commitment we will:

  • Conduct pre-employment medicals that aim to ensure our prospective employees are fit for work and the required occupation.
  • Ensure all our employees are aware of their personal responsibility to take reasonable care of their own safety and health at work and avoid harming the safety and health of other people through any act or omission at work.
  • Stop work immediately where an employee’s capacity to work safely may be impaired.
  • Encourage employees to self-manage and report to their Supervisor before they start their work shift if they feel they are not fit for work.
  • Provide our employees with education, training and instruction on our fitness for work requirements.
  • Ensure our working hour’s arrangements are compliant and managed in accordance with applicable legislative requirements.
  • Conduct fitness for work testing of employees including but not limited to; alcohol, substance and other drugs testing.
  • Ensure that any employee who presents to work in an unfit state is appropriately dealt with in a fair, sensitive and consistent manner.
  • Provide our employees with the required support to maintain their fitness for work including access to the company’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and the range of services available through this program.

Our Goals

ICRG expects all employees to take individual responsibility for their fitness for work.

All employees, contractors and visitors are to present to work in a condition that enables them to perform their work in a manner that does not compromise their health, safety and general wellbeing or that of their fellow work mates.

Our Responsibility

Every employee has a personal responsibility to present themselves for work in a fit state to perform the duties assigned to them.

Our Project Managers, Superintendents and Supervisors will monitor the health, safety and wellbeing of all employees under their control and take immediate action where they believe an employee’s fitness for work is compromised.

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.

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Roy Hill MSA Road Upgrade

Upgrade and sealing of MSA Access Road, Carpark and Gatehouse.

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