Health, Safety, Environment & Quality

Health, Safety and Environment

BEC Engineering is committed to a rigorous Zero Harm approach to safety in all our operations.

Zero Harm means no harm to anyone, at any time while at work. This approach is reinforced by our safety policies, processes and systems.

All BEC Engineering employees are required to:

  • Seek to continually improve safety across our business
  • Take individual and company-wide responsibility for safety in daily activities
  • Conduct a risk assessment before every potentially hazardous activity
  • Actively encourage other employees to be involved in making work safer
  • Readily share information that could make a difference to safety.
  • Embrace a reporting culture where all safety issues are promptly reported and addressed

BEC Engineering Health, Safety and Environmental Policy has been put in place to continuously improve and to minimise the environmental impact of our business activities. The strategies include:

  • Proactively promoting and implementing the policy across the Company
  • Monitoring and reducing the use of resources
  • Encouraging environmental best practice for BEC Engineering clients and across the BEC Engineering business group
  • Promoting a business culture which recognises the importance of developing and maintaining strong health, safety and environmental values throughout the company


BEC Engineering’s corporate objective is to provide excellence in project delivery through a process of continuous improvement.

To achieve this objective, we have developed a quality system for the provision of professional and management consultancy services.

Our commitment to quality is implemented through the following key strategies:

  • A clear focus on meeting our clients’ needs as we comply with all project requirements
  • A focus on recruiting and retaining highly motivated people with the appropriate qualifications and proven work skills
  • Encouraging professional development and the dissemination of technical papers published by other experts
  • Ongoing development and maintenance of an effective information management and documentation system
  • The adoption of a management structure that engenders positive attitudes, encourages personal and technical development and rewards effort, integrity and initiative
  • Being adaptive to changing management, technical and physical environments in which we work.