Brisbane, Australia – The Australian Government’s Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC) recently extended Golder’s Federal Safety Accreditation for six more years. Golder first received the accreditation in 2015 and was the first multi-disciplinary engineering company to achieve accreditation. The six-year extension is the maximum term the OFSC grants to applicants.
“This accreditation involves an intensive audit process and quarterly performance reporting and would not have been achieved without the effort our teams have put in on our complex projects over the past three years. It is also a great demonstration of our health and safety culture and maturity of our systems,” said Matt Wallace, APAC Regional HSSE Leader.
The Federal Safety Accreditation is required in order to work as the Head Contractor in projects funded by the Australian Government over $4 million, projects where the Australian Government has contributed at least $6 million (representing at least 50% of the total construction project), or for projects worth $10 million irrespective of the proportion of Australian Government funding.
For a full list of OFSC accredited organizations, visit: https://www.fsc.gov.au/sites/fsc/resources/pages/accreditationregister