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Community Overview



QANTAC Pty Ltd is strives to conduct business in ways that produce social, environmental and economic benefits for communities within its sphere of influence.

We understand that long-term future success depends upon improving our reputation, enhancing employee morale, finding new revenue streams and cutting costs while working to improve the communities and environment in which we operate.

Our approach

Our approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is structured around three key themes, as outlined below:

The Community

 QANTAC Pty Ltd prides itself in investing in projects that provide long-term solutions to local communities within our sphere of influence such as low cost housing for essential services personnel and support for local charities, sporting teams and events. QANTAC Pty Ltd has been continuously committed to community engagement through charity, volunteer and fundraising programs for schools, youth centres clubs and community groups based in areas local to the business.

 Corporate Governance

 We are committed to a transparent, accountable approach to business across all areas. Our governance policies include: Risk Management and a Corporate Code of Conduct.

 The Workplace

 Our employees are instrumental to our ongoing success and profitability. We are committed to providing a positive and engaging work environment. This will allow us to improve our knowledge base and encourage employee retention, and is supported through a suite of policies guiding this approach.

These policies include: Work Health & Safety, Human Resource Management, Harassment and Antidiscrimination, Fitness for Work, Rehabilitation and Return to Work.

QANTAC Pty Ltd is committed to creating sustainable employment and economic development opportunities for Local industry.

 The Company will provide full, fair and reasonable opportunity for suitable, capable and competitive local industry to participate in the supply of goods, equipment and services as far as is reasonably, lawfully and economically practical in the following ways:
  Engage in the use of professional and contract labour and arrange timely training to support the skills needed for effective delivery of the contract;
Provide information at the earliest stage possible concerning supply opportunities, prerequisite  qualifications and tendering requirements;

  • Ensure design specifications take into account Australian standards as required;
  • Support opportunities for the participation of indigenous workers and businesses without compromising safety, food safety, business risk or competitiveness;
  • Consider local capabilities during strategic development of procurement strategies and contract work scopes to enhance local content without compromising safety, food safety, business risk or competitiveness; 
  • Ensure that all firms invited to tender are given equal opportunity to participate under the same fair terms, standards and conditions, 
  • Commercially competitive bids are given due consideration to direct and indirect cost factors including but not limited to price, quality, safety, environmental sustainability, health, food safety, security, availability, service and whole of life costs. 
  • Local content is an evaluation criteria and preference given to bidders who maximize local content in both labour and materials, where comparative bids are assessed as being commercially competitive and technically acceptable.