CPB Contractors (formerly Leighton Contractors) deliver projects across civil construction, infrastructure, resources, industrial and energy and telecommunications and is one of the 40 biggest construction and project contracting firms in the world with turnover of almost $19 billion each year.
CPB Contractors wanted to manage site access and competencies, as well as drug, alcohol and fatigue management. With a focus on consistency across their National Rail Business, CPB needed to achieve compliance with Rail Safety Management Systems and the revised Rail Safety Act 2008.
After a competitive national tender, CPB Contractors chose our Onsite service for two big projects – Kingsgrove to Revesby Quadruplication (K2RQ) Alliance and the Intermodal Logistics Centre (ILC) at Enfield.
Using Onsite, all contractors are managed in real time from their very first induction. Qualifications and competencies are tracked to ensure everyone on site has current training and documentation. Onsite logpoints are a critical feature of the system. As employees and visitors enter the site, the logpoints can be linked to alcohol testing units for automated blood alcohol testing.
In late 2010, Railcorp completed a comprehensive safety and compliance audit at the K2RQ Alliance, including a review of all safety management records. The report card was impressive with no errors, omissions or concerns recorded, giving the Alliance a mark of 100%.