Occupational Health & Safety

While the safety of our people is of the highest priority, TSA believes true safety is in the culture that is created within the business. What do we mean by culture? For us it means people aren’t just adhering to the right OHS&E protocols, procedures and practices because they are instructed to, but because they genuinely believe it will help them and their work colleagues return home the way they came to work.

Our people have worked on many sites with a variety of safety systems in place, a variety of attitudes toward safety but the consistency of the TSA culture is what maintains the impressive safety results we achieve in a high risk industry.

TSA has in place an Occupational Health and Safety Management System certified with SAI Global to AS/NZS 4801. This OHSMS is pivotal to all of our systems to work and on site processes which are regularly audited both internally and externally for compliance.

Due the nature of TSA’s work, the business has minimal impact on the environment on a day to day basis, however we still take our environmental responsibility seriously. The business is currently reviewing, developing and updating our environmental system so that it aligns with the AS/NZS 14001 structure. Environmental impacts have been identified and strategies developed to ensure minimal effects on the environment we work in.

Area’s constantly under review and redevelopment:

  • Safety
  • Environment
  • Work Place Training
  • Administration
  • Systems to Work Management
  • Systems to Work Procedures
  • Procurement
  • Recruitment
  • Logistics