Our Values define who we are as a company and how we interact with employees, suppliers, clients, community and the environment. The values below provide a framework for our decisions that are made on a day to day basis as well as the long term strategic objectives of our company; we actively recruit employees and engage contractors who will uphold these values that SEE Civil aspires too.
Safety is central to all we do; we promote the highest level of safety for our people, sub-contractors, environment and community.
We take pride in what we do and how we do it.
We encourage our staff to continually review our systems and processes to maximise efficiencies and increase the return on investment of all our stakeholders.
We value our relationships with our clients, suppliers and employees by respecting and understanding their needs and by working to achieve outcomes beneficial to all.
Equality and Fairness
Treat everyone with respect and dignity.
Being open, honest and trustworthy in everything we do.
We encourage our employees to enjoy diversity of opinion, skills and knowledge to find innovative solutions to the challenges we overcome.
We celebrate the achievement of our people and take pride in what they do.
Approach each and every task enthusiastically and with a can do attitude no matter what the challenge.
Engage in practices that promote the long term sustainability of our future generations.
We take safety very seriously and are constantly improving our policies and procedures to ensure a safe work environment. We employ safety officers to ensure that all policies and procedures are adhered to and that our zero harm targets will be met. Safety is our first priority at every stage throughout our projects from the design and planning stages through to completion. We have achieved the Federal Safety Accreditation under the Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation Scheme.
- Ongoing supervision and training
- Incident reporting and investigation
- Daily Site Safety Toolbox Meetings
- Newsletter updates detailing health and safety issues
Our target is zero harm
At every level our workforce is making zero harm safety our main objective. Our commitment is to provide a safe work environment for our employees and for everyone who visits our work sites. Our senior management team have a commitment to ensuring that our employees, the public and the environment are safe at all times. Our ultimate goal is to reach zero harm in our workplace.
We recognise that caring for our environment is vital and we are committed to the principles of environmental excellence and sustainable development. Our group commitment to, and achievement in, the field of environmental excellence has been recognised with peak industry awards, at state and national level, for best practice. The company won a National Earth Award for environmental management for projects between $1 million and $10 million and was also awarded an Earth Award in the environmental excellence category in NSW for works in excess of $15 million for our work on the Salt development south of Kingscliff.
In addition, SEE Civil recently won the CCF Earth Awards for environmental and construction excellence in NSW (for projects up to $5 million) and in QLD (for projects up to $20 million). Both of these award winning projects were also National Finalists in these awards categories. Our group is taking measures to minimise impacts on global warming through greenhouse gas emission controls and monitoring. Through the introduction of a clean fuels initiative and carbon footprint/energy efficient audits we are committed to an ongoing programme of carbon emissions reduction.
We provide support to the community in many ways, including sponsorship of:
- LOCAL CHARITIES
- INDIGENOUS EMPLOYMENT INITIATIVES
- RUGBY UNION
- SURF LIFESAVING CLUBS
- RUGBY LEAGUE
- CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS
- WORK EXPERIENCE
Active COMMUNITY involvement
Our group is, at it's heart, a family company with strong community values. It acknowledges that as a good corporate citizen, the company should be actively involved in the community, its interests and activities. We actively involve ourselves in supporting local sporting clubs and charity organisations, as well as becoming a lead signatory in the Tweed Job Compact to support Indigenous employment in the local area.
We also support work experience (on-the-job training) for school leavers wanting a career in civil construction and engineering students from associate universities in the region.