Broadspectrum Resolute in Aiming for 'Zero Accidents' in the Utilities Sector


Group image of part of the Broadspectrum team

In its commitment to workplace health and safety, Broadspectrum recently reached 20 years with no leaves of absence due to accidents in its contract with Gippsland Water.

This milestone for Ferrovial Service’s Australian subsidiary is a direct result of the work and collaboration on keeping safety a top priority.

The company has been working with Gippsland Water since 1996 to provide water and wastewater treatment services for 43 cities in the Gippsland region, offering continuous mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation maintenance services. It also works with the region to offer a range of asset renewals, minor capital work, and professional and administrative services to ensure that assets always run smoothly.

“This excellent achievement is a great example for the company. The team lives and breathes the motto 'Safe for Life' in order to reduce risk and take care of others’ well-being”

To mark this milestone in workplace safety, Broadspectrum’s CEO, Tom Quinn, and Chief Executive of Urban Infrastructure, De Fazio, joined the team behind the Gippsland Water contract for a celebratory lunch, where employees received various prizes.

Broadspectrum has a track record showing continuous improvement in job safety, and it has continually lowered accident rates over the past two decades. The company has made improvements through a series of programs that were carefully designed and implemented in an accurate, decisive manner.


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