Quality and Safety

True quality – safely.

We always push to find new, better solutions and concepts to consistently deliver first class projects. To do this effectively we make sure all risks are identified and managed, and that our people know they are safe and feel good about their work. 

Our quality promise

We do not cut corners and cover it up behind finished works to try save a dollar; we do not ‘water down our paint’.

Quality is what we’ve built our reputation on, and the reason you can count on the quality of our work is the quality of our people. Jaytex Constructions fosters an open and collaborative culture, so our people are empowered to take responsibility for the quality and outcome of their work. Our team are more than just skilled and experienced, they genuinely care about getting it right.

Our team takes pride in delivering a quality, lasting product that makes an eminent mark on the landscape.

Jaytex Constructions also work to a quality management system that meets the requirements of Australian and international standards including AS/NZS ISO 9001:2016.


Our safety promise

Safety is our driving principle. It’s everyone’s responsibility, whether on site or in the office.

For every project we create a unique Work Health and Safety plan to identify, manage and mitigate risk for the specific site, project, materials, and machinery. All our safety processes comply with AS 4801.

Our safety culture has been forged from the top down, with our managing director leading by example and attending onsite inspections.

We are determined to not only meet, but exceed industry standards, engaging external safety firm HSEMA to oversee and regularly audit our safety processes and update management on changes in regulation.

Jaytex Construction’s Work Health, Safety & Welfare (WHSW) Policy recognises our moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for employees, contractors, customers and visitors. Our policy meets the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Regulations 2017 and the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Legislation and Amendment Act 2015.