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McMahon Services are safety focused with an unwavering commitment to zero harm on every site, every day.

Integrated Business Management System

The McMahon Services Group Business Management System integrates International, Australian and New Zealand standards, legislative and regulatory requirements and is supported by a centralised Data Management System (QHSE) that can be accessed by all staff across the business.

The system manages our documentation including acts, regulations, standards, policies, procedures, safe work instructions and forms, as well as maintaining records for training, plant and equipment and incident management.

The McMahon Services Group Business Management System is certified to the Federal Safety Commission Scheme, AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems, ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems, and ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems.

McMahon Services’ continued objective to achieving excellence in terms of client satisfaction is underpinned by our commitment to maintaining our accreditation to recognised industry standards.

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Our Quality and Environmental Management Systems were first accredited in 1999 and our Occupational Health and Safety Management System was first accredited in 2008.

From here we have continued to test our systems against some of the most stringent in the industry and in 2009 became the first multi-disciplinary construction services company in Australia to achieve Federal Safety Accreditation.Read Less

WHSEQ Strategy

WHSEQ management objectives are to establish, implement and continually improve the integrated management system to:

  • Meet and enhance customer requirements.
  • Meet regulatory requirements and identified internal standards, national and international standards, codes of practice and stakeholder requirements.
  • Identify, isolate and eliminate or minimise quality, environmental, health and safety risks.
  • Ensure compliance with quality, safety, and environment policies and procedures.
  • To set out procedures and work instructions for all activities, processes and services.
  • To establish a system for maintaining progress against targets and the corrective action to be taken in the event of non-conformances.
  • To provide a basis against which processes can be formally audited, assessed and any proposed changes and non-conformance improvements reviewed.
  • To provide a means to determine sequence and interaction of processes.
  • To monitor measure and analyse the effectiveness of processes.
  • To determine criteria and methods needed to ensure operation and control of processes are effective.
  • Demonstrate compliance with industry standards and codes of practice.
  • Identify and implement best practice.
Would you like to benefit from a streamlined construction management approach on your next project? Contact the expert team at McMahon Services NZ to start the conversation.