AES have policies and procedures in place to unsure they deliver their products to the highest quality standards, within the specified time frame and with minimal impact on the environment.
Australian EcoTech Solutions Pty Ltd is a Company that specialises in the delivery of LED Lighting and Acoustic Solutions for commercial buildings.
AES is committed to completing all projects in accordance with the contract documents provided.
As a contractor responsible for the delivery of key components of broader projects, AES is committed to working with the Primary Contractor to deliver the highest quality result for all projects. In keeping with this commitment, AES will work in unison with the Primary Contractor to ensure that all Contractor Quality policies are adhered to.
AES believes that it is essential for all personnel to conform to the objectives of quality, time and cost management.
AES is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for employees, labour hire staff, contractors, subcontractors, visitors and all other persons whose health or safety could be at risk through our work.
We will do this by ensuring:
In keeping with the above, AES will ensure that:
AES endeavors to minimise all environmental impact where possible and achieve continuing improvement to pollution. Our environmental management plan is designed to ensure compliance with all Commonwealth, State and Local Council requirements pertaining to specific job types. AES are committed to having its Environment and Waste Management policies deliver a positive social, environmental and economic outcome for the wider community.
In support of our environmental monitoring and audit plans, AES contract personnel will work closely with OH&S/Environmental Representatives on site to observe and record general observations and activities associated with the environment.
By adopting an environmentally aware approach, AES aims to:
AES ensures that of its onsite employees and subcontractors are aware of the prime contractors emergency preparedness plan and procedures on site. The emergency evacuation process, the emergency fire fighting system and the emergency plans for spillage containment as outlined during site inductions.