QHSE ACCREDITATION

WE'RE COMMMITED TO MAINTAINING A WORKPLACE THAT IS SAFE AND WITHOUT ADVERSE RISK TO THE ENVIRONMENT.

To ensure that this commitment is maintained, and that we can demonstrate our commitment to all stakeholders, Kordia operates an integrated Quality, Work Health and Safety and Environmental (QHSE) Management System in accordance with ISO 9001, AS/NZS 4801, OHSAS18001 and ISO14001 & Federal Safety Commissioner Accreditation.

Kordia uses a proactive integrated Quality, Work Health and Safety and Environmental Management System. This assists us to drive continuous improvement while achieving the following external certification and accreditation requirements:

  • Federal Safety Commission (FSC) accredited; Accreditation Number: 0426
  • ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management Systems
  • AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System
  • AS/NZS ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System
  • OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
  • CM3 pre-qualified contractor for WHS Category 4 High Risk Activities

Learn more about Kordia’s approach to QHSE via the below Policy Statements:

As an organisation focused on bringing together people and technology, we know the importance of operating sustainably. Our goal is to minimise our impact on the environment and communities when delivering our services.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme is focused on People, Community, Governance and the Environment.

For more information about Corporate Social Responsibility email Gary Smitham at Gary.Smitham@kordia.com.au.

We further support the community by providing financial assistance to charities such as the Redkite Foundation, by donating all e-waste recycling funds to the charity.

We ensure that our people are sufficiently trained and supported to do their jobs effectively and safely, whilst delivering our goals to the highest of standards. This aligns with our key objectives of Zero Harm and Get Home Safely.

These objectives provide the foundation of honesty, safety, professionalism, integrity and quality in everything we do. This creates a positive working environment and ensures employee involvement, respect, health, safety and wellbeing initiatives are achieved.

Kordia is committed to operating in a responsible, sustainable and effective way for the benefit of our community and stakeholders.

Professional driver behaviour is a mandatory requirement for all staff operating our company vehicles. This helps ensure their wellbeing as well as that of all other road users.

We further support the community by providing financial assistance to charities such as Heart Kids Foundation, by donating all IT recycle funds to the charity.

Robust decision-making and implementation processes are crucial to enhance our business performance. We are committed to maintaining ethical and socially responsible behavior to actively reflect our values.

We ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our team, stakeholders and the public by:

  • Enforcing stringent policies and procedures;
  • Ensuring safe work practices;
  • Conforming to legislative requirements and industry standards;
  • Maintaining a high standard of training and competence;
  • Following customer specifications.

With a continually expanding operation, we recognise the impact our business can have on the environment. We are committed to reducing pollution and waste. We also maintain biodiversity and proper land management practices when working in the field and follow our Environmental Policy and Management System (certified to ISO 14001:2015) to minimise our impact.

We help the environment by:

  • Expanding our ISO 14001:2015 environmental certification to all offices nationally.
  • Reducing energy consumption programs.
  • Reducing vehicle fleet emissions by considering best green star ratings.
  • Always considering teleconference meetings as the first option over travel.
  • Reusing and recycling paper and cardboard.
  • Reusing bubble wrap.
  • Recycling printer toner cartridges.
  • Reducing paper and toner use.
  • Recycling obsolete computers, mobile phones, accessories and equipment.