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Integrated Management Systems

Quality Assurance

AP Drain Inspections prides itself on high standards of management and working practice. We have achieved ISO 9001:2000 (Quality) and ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental) accreditation and AS/NZS4801:2001(OHS Management Systems) enabling us to provide a service, which is second to none.

Training and Development

AS4801AP Drain Inspection places immense value on the maintenance and improvement of an already impressive skills base and takes all necessary steps to ensure that employees are provided with the necessary training they require to perform their duties to the highest standard. All our personnel from senior management to site operatives are highly experienced and undergo rigorous training to familiarise themselves with client's specific needs, including:

  • Vacuum Loading
  • High Pressure Water Jetting
  • Pipe sewer Condition Classification
  • CCTV Robotic Inspection
  • Non Destructive Digging
  • Drain/ Pipe Services
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Traffic Control
  • Risk Assessment
  • Safety Awareness
  • First Aid
  • Personal Track Safety
  • Customer Care

ISO 9001:2000
Quality Management Systems

Health and Safety

ISO9001AP Drain Inspections recognises its responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety and Rehabilitation Management System Guidelines 4th Edition and compliance to AS/NZS 4801:2001 to ensure the welfare of its employees and others affected by company activities. To achieve this we continue to make available safety training, instructions, information and supervision of health and safety risks arising from work activities.

The management of AP Drain Inspections is committed to maintaining and improving every aspect of health and safety by involving all staff and sub-contractors in reducing and eliminating any risks and hazards in the workplace and providing sufficient resources to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001, Occupational Health & Safety Act 2000 No 40, Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 No,86.

At AP Drain Inspections there is health and safety committee in place. This enables employees to contribute to the making of decisions affecting their health, safety and welfare at work. To date decisions have involved adjusting work systems, purchasing new plant, and revising Safe Work Method Statements. Safety Team representatives have been trained in their OHS Consultation Responsibilities.

Management plans and coordinates internal OHS&R audits at regular intervals throughout the year, or the progress of a specific project. The OHS results are recorded on the audit report. These results supply information as to current status of the health and safety performance of the company. All results are also recorded on the Key Performance Indicator Record based on objectives and Targets to measure compliance and due diligence to all relevant Acts, Regulations and Standards.

AS/NZS 4801:2001

Environmental Management

ISO14001AP recognises the need to protect the environment and the immediate vicinity of its site from the impact of its manufacturing, waste treatment, and corporate activities. Minimisation of pollution to land, air and water, and the use of natural resources are recognised as an internal component of business operations and Company objectives. AP is committed to developing environmental awareness and individual responsibility for
Environmental management in accordance with the company's environmental policy and certification to ISO14001.

Our objectives are to carry out all operations through the adoption of ecologically sustainable work practices and to have incident free sites in regard to Environmental incidents. As a minimum we comply with applicable legal requirements, relevant Government and Department policies, and our Environmental Management Plan.

All employees whether permanent or casual, will not be allowed to operate until they have been inducted into our Workplaces and have also been trained in our Safe Work Method Statements.

Commitment to Environmental Responsibility is evident by the General Manager having completed an Environmental course and receiving accreditation from the Department of Environment and Conservation.