Kordia Solutions Australia has successfully achieved Federal Safety Commission (FSC) Accreditation, having met the requirements of the Australian Government Workplace Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme.
The Scheme applies to contracts for building work valued at least $4 million and awarded under Australian Government funded projects that meet the following thresholds:
For directly funded projects, the project has a value of at least $4 million; and for indirectly funded projects, the Australian Government contribution to the project value is at least $10 million or at least $6 million and represents at least 50 per cent of the total project value, with head contracts being $4 million or more.
“Congratulations on an excellent performance in achieving accreditation after just a single audit – very few companies have achieved that result,” said Federal Safety Commissioner, Alan Edwards.
Kordia now appears on the FSC Accreditation Register, which lists contractors who are currently accredited and therefore eligible to undertake building work that falls within the scope of the Scheme.
“This accreditation clearly demonstrates and provides a level of confidence to our customers, suppliers, partners, staff and subcontractors that Kordia operates a very compliant and most effective Workplace Health and Safety Management System that can obviously pass even the most stringent of external assessments”, said Kordia Chief Executive Officer, Ken Benson.
The achievement of this accreditation now provides the business with both current and future opportunities to bid for and undertake Federal Government contracts.
Kordia is a company with scale in terms of resources, partnerships and infrastructure to design and deploy challenging, complicated and critical networks. Kordia’s business is the delivery of a wide range of engineering and technical services to network and infrastructure owners in Australia and New Zealand. To find out more, visit www.kordia.com.au.