26 June 2023. By Lorna
Australian work culture has for too long propagated a “Don’t be a wimp” attitude, which has seen employees chided for taking risk precautions. We do not subscribe to this in any shape or form and believe creating a safe work environment should be the top priority for any employer or contractor; especially true when working at heights. Read on
20 December 2022. By Chris Jakovljevic
Recently we achieved a 4/5 gold-star rating under the NSW Government’s new rating tool (iCIRT), provided by Equifax. I’m most proud our perfect score of 12/12 for industry conduct.
16 November 2021. By Lorna
At Remedial we understand that poor health and safety procedures at a site lead to a range of negative consequences. Human safety is our primary concern, however, the impacts of poor workplace safety extend much further than just the effect on people.
1 July 2021. By Jeff Anderson
We don’t make claims lightly; as we see it, we stand behind what we say. So when we say we are serious in our mission of providing high-standard remedial services in Australia, we mean it. In fact, the team at Remedial Building Services are committed to staying abreast of industry standards and accreditations, using best-in-class products and working with reputable bodies. Learn More
25 March 2021. By Jeff Anderson
As you will be aware from blogs we’ve written in the past, in recent years, cladding has been a hot topic (no pun intended) due to the focus on combustible cladding which has caused a number of high-rise building fires and sadly, numerous deaths. But with Project Remediate the government has made it easier for affected owners and builders to access funds to get the work done - I break it down here.
12 November 2012. By Jeff Anderson
To us, building maintenance and the provision of specialised services is just one aspect of doing a job right. Whether we are providing concrete cancer repair, applying fire sprays, or laying a new industrial floor, in our eyes, environmental responsibility and sustainability measures must be factored into the job specificiation.