Edara's 3 Key Pillars
ISO 14001 is the international standard which specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system. An environmental management system, commonly referred to as EMS, consists of a set of policies, processes, practices, plans, and records that dictate the guidelines regulating how your organisation interacts with the environment.
The AEO framework was developed by the ASA establishment team based on ASA guidance, which drew themselves from other international standards such as ISO 55001 Asset management and ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 Systems and software engineering — System life cycle processes, to promote private sector participation in transport innovation, improve engineering governance, and to instate a benchmark standard for all TfNSW engineering management processes and specifying the necessary steps to meet their requirements.
The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC), which operates under the Attorney General’s Department, is responsible for improving Australian workplace health and safety (WHS) practices on building and construction sites. It was established in 2005 after the Cole Royal Commission into the Building and Construction Industry concluded that the number of workplace-related injury incidents was unacceptable and that industry-standard were in dire need of reform.
- Required for most council, Teir1 and government jobs
- Legal protection for company directors
- Systemise your business through procedure
-Long term relationships with government and teir1s
- Avoid fines, site closures, prohibition notices and criminal convictions
-Systems and behaviors preventing injury and accidents in the workplace
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Construction contractors use Edara to obtain industry certification on their behalf, at a fast turnaround time, and with zero financial risk, in order to grow their businesses, win tenders, and improve their quality, OHS, and environmental management systems.
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