Neo Construct


Neo Construct has firm policies in place covering:

  • Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S)
  • Environment Issues
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  • Return to Work
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Industrial Relations
  • Quality Assurance

Copies of these policies may be request via the Contact page on this website.


Workplace Occupational Health & Safety is of paramount concern and intense focus at Neo Construct.

As a construction company we are highly aware of the inherent dangers that exist on any construction worksite. Consequently we are committed to providing safe work sites for our employees and sub-contractors and operate every worksite, and indeed the company as a whole, in full compliance with the regulations of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004.

We have both an OH&S policy and plan in place and operate to a set of clearly defined OH&S procedures which form part of our OH&S System. Prepared by a private contractor (OHS Assist), and based on AS/NZS 4801, our System was submitted to the Department of Infrastructure for checking and found to meet all their requirements.

Every Site Manager is fully conversant with the OH&S System and each site has a custom, site specific safety plan, containing all relevant safe work policies, procedures and checklists. These site specific plans are readily available at all times to employees and sub-contractors.

In addition, Neo Construct’s sub-contractor management process incorporates OH&S requirements and ensures sub-contractors are aware of the OH&S rules and regulations that apply.

As required, Neo Construct also maintains records of any incidents that occur on site, and investigates all such cases.

Environmental Policy

As a construction company Neo Construct recognises it has an obligation to protect the environment. We firmly believe that the strongest way we can act on that obligation is to have clear and appropriate procedures, processes and control measures in place to manage any worksite practices which have the potential to damage the environment.

The procedures and measures we have in place are the best possible, whether required by statute or otherwise, to safeguard the environment and keep to an absolute minimum all forms of pollution which may occur on our worksites.