Accreditation | Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner

We are thrilled to announce Kapitol Group has achieved accreditation from the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC). This means we have met the highest standards of safety management in the construction industry and can tender for Australian Government projects. We are proud of our team's hard work and dedication to ensuring a safe and healthy work environment for everyone.  

Companies that are OFSC accredited have shown to consistently reduce the number of workplace injuries and workers compensation claims. The ongoing and rigours auditing regime ensures that safety performance continues to improve even further over time.  

Here's what our Head of HSQ & ESG, Amanda Clements, had to say about this milestone: 

“This is a significant achievement for Kapitol Group that demonstrates our commitment towards caring for everyone involved in our building operations. Our team’s have worked diligently on meeting or exceeding 130 plus criteria relating to safety management systems and high-risk construction activities. With that being said,  we will always continue to maintain a healthy level of unease and curiosity which drives us to keep learning and improving how we work everyday.”  

We’d like to thank our team members across various projects and our HOST (head office support team) for their efforts to achieve this accreditation.  

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