Flinders University is committed to meeting the standards required by the Work Health and Safety Act 2012.
Any contractor undertaking work on University premises must register their buisiness with the Flinders University. Contractor registration is the process to verify and document that the proposed contractor meets the safety and insurance requirements of the University.
To become a Registered Contractor, organisations or individuals must complete one of the following Contractor Safety Agreements related to the business type:
- Contractor Agreement Form - Builders & Trades (PDF 129KB)
- Contractor Registration - Consultants and General (DOC 74KB)
Contractor Registration - Food Caterers (DOC 76KB)
It is a condition that all Contractors and their sub-contactors have completed the Flinders University induction (at the bottom of this page) and comply with the University Work Health and Safety policies whilst carrying out their work on University premises or controlled areas.
The policy sets a framework to ensure that all contractors, sub-contractors and workers are provided with a safe working environment and that they work in ways that will maintain that safe environment.
University Staff requiring work to be undertaken within their section should consult the Registered Contractor List below before engaging the services of a contractor. If the Contractor to be engaged is not on the list, send them the link for the relevant Contractor Safety Agreement above. The Builders & Trades form should now be completed and signed electronically and the Consultants and Caterers forms should be printed then signed and completed and returned via email along with the supporting documentation. Any question relating to the registration of contractors can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 8201 5085 OR if you are having difficulty meeting the criteria for registering a contractor contact the Insurance Officer for Insurance matters and/or Occupational Health and Safety department for WHS matters.
** IMPORTANT ** If the Public Liability Insurance date of the contractor you wish to engage has expired, you need to obtain an updated copy of their Certificate of Currency and forward to Buildings and Property before engaging.