Ngarda focus on delivering quality products and services in accordance with relevant standards has ensured that our business objectives carry benefits for both our clients and our company.
Ngarda provides a full spectrum of services to facilitate strong and consistent project delivery for whole-of-mine operations and civil infrastructure works. In doing so, we also work to provide training and support services to maximise the capability of Indigenous workers, so they are able to participate and grow within their own communities.
As a contracting company, we realise that relationship-building is paramount. We believe that close-knit relationships facilitate our business growth and are key to our future success.
We take great pride in maintaining a strong emphasis on safety and enviornment. Ngarda focuses on delivering quality services in accordance with relevant standards to ensure the business objectives of both our clients and our business are met.
From concept through to completion, all Ngarda managed projects abide by the Active Risk Management (ARM) process and we operate under a certified Safety Management Systems utilising INX ‘In Control’ software to support our operations. Our system establishes clear goals and provides mechanisms to regularly measure performance, and to track compliancy with relevant health and safety legislation and codes of practice, as well as industry best practice.
We believe in a culture where any harm to employees, subcontractors or visitors is unacceptable. Ngarda’s provides leadership and proactive commitment to occupational health and safety through systematic management controls, which include prevention measures, injury protection, health preservation and health promotion.
Quality Management Systems
Ngarda maintains an integrated management system which is fully compliant with:
- ISO 9001:2008 (Quality)
- AS/NZS 4801:2001 (Occupational Health & Safety)
- AS/NZS ISO 14001:2004 (Environment)
The scope of the accreditation covers administration and line management services, inclusive of drill and blast, iron ore processing, loan and haul, survey, train loading, mine rehabilitation, haulroad construction, and infrastructure maintenance.
Ngarda Civil & Mining has commenced signal installation work for Ansaldo STS on Rio Tinto’s port expansion project at Cape Lambert. Ngarda is currently working to arrange six or more work crews to Cape Lambert.
Former Hawthorn midfielder Chance Bateman has joined the Community Relations Team at Ngarda Civil & Mining to help run outreach and health programs to Aboriginal children living in remote communities throughout Australia.
The demand for Indigenous employees in the mining industry has risen to unprecedented levels over the past decade.
This year, Ngarda Civil and Mining will be participating in a range of activities to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2013. The Survival Day Concert is a smoke, drug and alcohol free community event.