We believe no one should be harmed as a result of the work we do or the services we provide. Our ultimate goal is to have zero incidents through the effective management of health and safety in all our operations.
Keller are proud holders of Federal Safety Accreditation, (Accreditation number 0486), having met the requirements of the Australian Government Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme and would bring our strong safety culture to any project.
We understand that safety is the responsibility of everyone. We make sure all employees, contractors and third parties are properly trained and feel confident to challenge and report unsafe practices. It is only by working together and recognising that we all have a part to play that we will really make a difference.
All incidents are preventable
We believe that all injuries and occupational illnesses are preventable.
No repeat occurrences
We constantly seek to eliminate the causes of accidents and risks, learning from every incident so it never happens again.
We always make sure we have the right health and safety standards and procedures in place, along with the right tools and equipment.
Authority to stop work
We all have a responsibility to speak up when we see unsafe activity and everyone has the authority to stop work until it is safe, without the risk of repercussions.
Our managers and supervisors are accountable for the safety of our people and are expected to provide effective leadership in safety.