Gamuda Australia Awarded Triple Certification from BSI for ISO Management System
30 Nov 2020 | Gamuda Australia
ISO Certification
Pictured here is Yew-Weng Yee (Ewan), Executive Director of Gamuda, Ben Kirkbride, Gamuda’s Head of HSEQ, David Kong, Gamuda’s QAQC Manager and Chris Meehan, Chief Operating Officer at BSI.

Gamuda Australia is delighted to announce further international certifications from BSI under ISO 45001, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. These were first achieved by Gamuda in 2015 and since maintained, the Australian business has now also reached this important local ‘licence to operate’ milestone.

ISO45001 is our certification in Occupational Health and Safety, ISO 9001 relates to Quality Management Systems and ISO 14001 is certification in Environmental Management.

As one of our core values, the health, safety, and wellbeing of our employees underpins our entire safety philosophy. These further certifications build on our strong list of previous accreditations, including from the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner and British Safety Council achievements.

Ben Kirkbride, Gamuda’s Head of HSEQ, commented: “At Gamuda, we know a responsible business is a sustainable business, so we treat the management of health, safety, quality and environment and all related aspects with the utmost importance. Continuing to maintain our international certifications shows our dedication to the market and appetite to contribute to long term projects here in Australia.”

Chris Meehan, Chief Operating Officer at BSI, said of the certifications: “BSI has awarded Gamuda Australia with triple certification: quality, environment, health and safety. By attaining certification to these standards, they clearly demonstrate their commitment to monitoring and managing quality across all operations to ensure consistent performance and service, being a sustainable organisation that places customer satisfaction at the heart of their business and determination to improving OH&S performance by managing risks, eliminating hazards and ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing for staff and visitors.”