The DPTI has developed a prequalification process for businesses who contract with the Government for building construction services, and this includes stringent Quality Assurance criteria.
Roofmax is registered with DPTI for contractor prequalification for building and construction work. Roofmax application for registration was approved in December 2014 under Roofing Trade Contractor for Categories 1, 2, 3, 4, 4M.
Roofmax identifies and manages the work environment by undertaking Risk Assessments, and controlling hazards to people and materials through documented Safe Work Method Statements and Standard Operating Procedures. These documents include the effective use of the Hierarchy of Risk Control methodology.
These documents form part of our operational controls within our Safety Management System and are an integral part of our Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHMS).
Our Quality Assurance system was reviewed, assessed and audited against the key requirements of the AS/NZS IS09001:2008 Standard as mandated by the International Accreditation Forum.
Internal and third party audits are regularly performed in order to establish, maintain, identify and monitor corrective actions for recognised risks, and we maintain comprehensive records of all risks and associated actions.
Roofmax is committed to meeting or exceeding our client’s expectations. Our commitment to Quality is demonstrated by:
Roofmax has a documented Quality Policy in place, and the quality assurance objectives of this policy are:
Client Focus – ensure that the organisation understands current and future Client needs, meets and monitors their requirements through an effective feedback mechanism and, continually strives to exceed Client expectations.
Involvement of People – ensure that full involvement of all staff in the success of the Organisation is achieved, and that people’s knowledge and skills are developed through continual training or development to meet their own and the organisation’s goals.
Process Management – ensure that all key processes and associated resources are effectively understood while being managed, maintained and controlled through meaningful producible evidence and effective communication to add value to the Organisation and it’s Clients
Subcontractor / Supplier Relationships – ensure that subcontractors and suppliers meet the needs of both the organisation and client insofar as quality and delivery are maintained while promoting a mutually beneficial relationship to develop, and achieve agreed goals and objectives.